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Three Charged in Christmas Day Home Invasion in Killarney

January 16, 2015 2:34 PM | News


RCMP Crest LogoThree men have been arrested and charged after an investigation into a Christmas Day residential break-in in Killarney, Manitoba.

RCMP say three men forced their way into the home at around 4 a.m. on December 25. A man, woman and child were present inside at the time of the break-in. The three suspects allegedly threatened the male homeowner with weapons before getting away with money, alcohol and cigarettes.

A fourth man drove the suspects away in a vehicle.

Charged are Cameron Merritt, 28, of Boissevain, Zane Hammond, 29, of Ninga, Manitoba, and Kyle Grossman, 26, of Killarney.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Sean-Leo Monchalin, 26, of Boissevain.

No one was injured during the home invasion.

Police are continuing to investigate.


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