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Returning to the scene of the crime leads to charges against Brampton man

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Returning to the scene of the crime leads to charges against Brampton man

An Oakville man was caught speeding twice by OPP Central Region only 11 minutes apart in Dufferin. INHALTON PHOTO

Returning to the scene of the crime has come at a cost for a Brampton man and two others.

Ontario Provincial Police say on January 29, a backpack filled with electronics and personal items was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in a parking lot in front of a business in Caledon.

Two days later, police say, the suspects returned to the location and were recognized. Police were called and arrests were made.

A 23-year-old Brampton man was subsequently charged with two counts of possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000, possession of an identity document that belongs to someone else, failure to comply with an undertaking (orders from a judge), possession of break-in instruments, and having instruments to duplicated credit cards.

The man’s name has not been released by the OPP.

Two other men from Toronto face similar charges.

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