A suspect was arrested twice last week after allegedly stealing vehicles in the town of Georgina, Ontario, police say.
York Regional Police said officers were first called around 7:20 p.m. Friday for a report of a male suspect breaking into vehicles in the Queensway South and Spring Road area.
Police said a suspect was arrested and found in possession of several items believed to have been stolen.
He was charged and released by appointment in court.
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Police said that around 8 p.m. Saturday, officers again received a report of a suspicious person possibly targeting vehicles in the Fairwood Avenue and Amberview Drive area.
The same suspect was located and charged, police said.
Investigators said there may have been additional vehicle thefts that have not been reported and anyone who may have been affected is being asked to contact police.
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Mathew Sedgley, 38, has been charged with six counts of theft of less than $ 5,000 and two counts of possession of property obtained for a crime of less than $ 5,000.
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