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A man who was arrested after Leamington residents began reporting car break-ins now faces 11 charges.
In recent days, residents in Leamington started to report thefts from cars in the town.
Neighbourhood officers investigated the reports and quickly noticed a pattern in the break-ins.
One officer, who was playing a key role in the investigation, even swapped shifts so they could be working late at night, when these incidents were occcurring.
And then, in the early hours of January 9, officers arrested 39-year-old man Inderjit Lall, of no fixed abode, in connection with the incidents.
This afternoon, January 12, Lall faces 11 charges, including interfering with a vehicle and criminal damage.
Lall has been remanded in custody and will appear before magistrates tomorrow, January 13. Issued by: AG, Corporate Communications.
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