Fourth suspect arrested, another firearm recovered.

Cranbrook RCMP were successful in arresting a fourth subject involved in the Dec 26 home invasion.

  • Dec. 31, 2013 1:00 p.m.

These two weapons were seized by police and were believed to have been used in two home invasions in Cranbrook.

Acting on further information Cranbrook RCMP were successful in arresting a fourth subject involved in the Dec 26 home invasion.  The subject a 20 year male from Cranbrook was arrested without incident and police recovered another firearm which was reported stolen from a break and enter in Kimberley on Dec 24.  The subject along with the female already in custody will appear in Cranbrook Court Dec 31.

The two other males appeared in court Monday, Dec 30 and were remanded until Jan 6, 2014.

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