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Two men face multiple charges across Southern Ontario for ATM thefts
Waterloo Regional Police, working with Guelph Police and the OPP have issued arrest warrants for two men for allegedly breaking into two locations and stealing ATMs.
“They have been arrested previously on other offences and remain in custody, and right now Waterloo Regional Police have issued arrest warrants for them and have started the process to bring them to Waterloo Region to answer the charges that we have laid,” said Olaf Heinzel, with Waterloo Regional Police Service.
In May 2014, police investigated break and enters at Auto Reflections Car Wash in Guelph, and the No Frills in New Hamburg. At both locations ATMs were targeted.
The police investigation revealed evidence of criminal activity all over southern Ontario.
31-year-old Rory Sean General and 34-year-old Jeffrey Lee Martin, both of Oshweken are facing about 30 charges relating to break and enters, arson, truck theft, ATV and snowmobiles thefts, firearms possession and trafficking in stolen property. The charges relate to incidents throughout Waterloo Region, Guelph, and Wellington, Oxford, Brant and Perth Counties.