The Steinbach RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in solving a break and enter that occurred in the City of Steinbach. On the 14th of August, 2014, the Steinbach RCMP received a complaint of a break and enter into a residence on Granite Park Boulevard. Police believe the Suspects entered the home between the hours of 11:30PM on the 13th and 5:00AM on the 14th. Two handbags were stolen from inside the residence and loose coins from inside a vehicle that was parked in the attached garage. The homeowners were home at the time, asleep, and were not woken by this incident.
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