The Calgary Police Service has located a suspect they believe to be behind multiple break-and-enters throughout SE Calgary.
A Sunday evening release stated that CPS was seeking 20-year-old Paul Barrett, who was identified following two alleged sexually-motivated break-and-enters from earlier in the day.
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According to the release, a woman woke to a man standing over her bed at 6:30 am on Sunday. The man allegedly fled after she woke, though police report that a similar incident occurred just a few hours later, with a woman finding a man in her home after stepping out of the shower.
The following investigation placed Barrett as a suspect, and Sunday’s release asked the public in help locating the 20-year-old.
An update from the Calgary Police Service early Monday morning states that Barrett was located in downtown Calgary on Sunday night.
More to come…