Parkade break and enter calls continue to plague apartment and condo residents in Edmonton

Police said Thursday during the past two years, officers have investigated more than 1,000 parkade break-and-enters.  “It’s not uncommon for officers to be investigating several parkade break-and-enters a day across our city,” said Const. Amanda Trenchard, with the crime prevention unit. “Criminals are always looking for easy targets and parkades can offer them a one-stop shopping experience, especially when property isn’t protected.”    Read the article…………….


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