A Courtice, Ont., man faces expenses following reported shoplifting incidents at two companies in Lindsay, Ont., on Thursday.
Kawartha Lakes Police Service officers say Kent Road West companies reported a suspected shoplifting incident.
Whereas attending a primary location and receiving an outline of the suspect, officers obtained a second name from an worker at one other enterprise on the road. The worker reported a theft by a person matching the outline of the suspect from the primary retailer.
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Officers discovered and arrested the person, who police say was present in possession of stolen property and medicines.
A 43-year-old Courtice, Ont., man was arrested and charged with theft beneath $5,000, possession of property obtained by crime beneath $5,000t, and possession of Schedule I substance.
He was launched and is scheduled to look in court docket in Lindsay on March 30.
Efficient Feb. 24, Kawartha police not determine the names of accused in much less severe crimes.
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