Cambridge man charged after raiding lunchroom fridge: Guelph police
A man from Cambridge is facing charges after allegedly stealing food from a lunchroom fridge at a Guelph business on Monday.
Police were called to an establishment around 10 a.m. in the area near Watson Road South and York Road.
Business staff said a man entered the building, found the communal lunchroom, and helped himself to various items in the fridge.
Officers located a man matching the description on the lawn of a nearby business.
The suspect was arrested under the Trespass to Property Act after refusing to identify himself, and providing a fake name and date of birth.
Following a search, police found stolen documents from an address in Cambridge, as well as a passport in the man’s name.
The 44-year-old has been charged with obstructing police and possessing stolen property.
He will appear in Guelph court Dec. 17, 2021.
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