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According to police, the number of reported thefts increased in December.

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Winnipeg police say they have arrested four men for a series of break-ins and theft of property worth more than $1.2 million.

After numerous thefts were reported in Winnipeg, the police service said its members launched a full-scale investigation with the help of other police forces.

Police have identified four men they believe were involved in around thirty thefts. According to authorities, the four suspects know each other.

They targeted properties such as shopping complexes, shipping containers, trailers and delivery vehicles between October and December, according to police.

Police say they recovered approximately $582,000 worth of property after the suspects' arrest. Officers found eight vehicles, collectibles, a snowmobile, household appliances and a commercial truck bed, she said.

The stolen goods were stored at various residences linked to the suspects and some items were offered for sale online, the police statement said.

The total value of stolen property is estimated at more than $1.2 million. Police are seeking to identify the victims and return the stolen property to their owners.

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Investigators also linked the suspects to several stolen vehicles used in other burglaries and thefts.

The men face more than 50 charges, including breaking and entering and theft, possession of property obtained by crime and breaking and entering with intent .

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