Selkirk man charged in Winnipeg break-in

A man from Selkirk, Man., is facing charges following an early morning break-in at a home in Old Tuxedo Monday.

Police say a homeowner reported hearing someone rummaging around their home in the west Winnipeg neighbourhood around 2:30 a.m.

The suspect broke a window and entered the home before officers arrived, police say.

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Police say the suspect was “agitated and uncooperative” when officers arrived. They say officers used a stun gun on the suspect before he was arrested.

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Nothing was stolen and the homeowners were not injured.

A 37-year-old man is facing break-and-enter charges and remained in police custody later in the day Monday.

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