Regina Police have arrested a 30 year old Regina man in connection to a recent string of break and enters in Regina.
Break-ins occurred from March 24th to April 3rd.
On the 24th of March, police were called to an apartment building in the 100 block of Rose Street North just before 2:00 AM. The suspect appeared to have used a pry bar to enter the building, and stole items in the common area of the building.
The next day, police attended the scene of another break and enter in the same building, this time a television was being stolen from the common area just after 9:00 PM.
Sometime later that night or early the next morning, another break and enter took place at a property management company in the 4000 block of Gordon Road. Post-dated rent cheques, a computer, docking station, phone, and master keys to apartment buildings were stolen from the building, and the management company was able to advise their renters to cancel their cheques.
Finally, on April 3rd, an apartment building on the 6200 block of Rochdale Boulevard was broken into, with three laptop computers, a microwave, and keys stolen.
On Thursday, a man who had been identified as a suspect was located near 4th avenue and Argyle street. After a brief pursuit and physical altercation with police, the man was taken into custody.
Tyson Kehoe of Regina is facing 12 charges, including four counts of break and enter, five counts of breach of prohbation, and three counts of possession of break-in instruments.
Kehoe made his first court appearance Thursday afternoon.