Guelph woman busted three times over the weekend

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Early in the morning of morning of July 7th, it is alleged that a 21 year old Guelph female entered a south-end Tim Horton’s and took a backpack with an Asus computer and other property inside that belonged to another patron.

A short time later that female, who had previously been banned from the Stone Road Mall, was arrested in the mall by security staff when she went behind a kiosk and took property from a cabinet. Police arrived, took the female into custody and she was charged with theft, two counts of possession of stolen property and trespassing. She was released later that day.

Later that same evening at approximately 8:35pm, this same female went back to the Stone Road Mall where she was arrested for trespassing by security staff and when police arrived, she was further charged with breach of recognizance. She was held in custody and appeared in bail court on July 8th and was released.

Over the noon hour on July 9th, an Aspen Valley Crescent resident came home to find that this same female had broken into her home through a front window. The suspect who had just been there earlier was known to the victim.  After contacting police, the female was located within 15 minutes a short distance away and arrested by police. The victim’s personal identification and credit cards were recovered when they were found in the female suspect’s possession.

The female was charged with break and enter, possession of stolen property and breach of recognizance.  She was held in custody to appear in bail court again today.