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Homeowner interrupts intruder

A resident in the 300 block of Larwood Road returned home in time to discover an intruder attempted to enter the home.

Campbell River RCMP said in a news release that the home owner called police around 11:34 a.m. on Tuesday to report a male had broke into the residence and then fled the area on foot.

A 32-year-old Campbell River male was tracked down by police and arrested for the offence.

General Duty officers, Police Dog services and the Forensic Identification Section were used in the initial response and follow-up investigation which is ongoing.

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