Campbell River man charged with three B&Es

He consented to remain in custody for a week and is expected to have a bail hearing on July 16

A Campbell River man in his early 20s, facing seven charges including break and enter, will remain in custody for at least another week.

Shane England-Seaton made a brief appearance Monday afternoon in Campbell River provincial court.

He consented to remain in custody for a week and is expected to have a  bail hearing on July 16.

England-Seaton is charged with two counts of breaking into local businesses, one residential break-in, three counts of possession of stolen property, and one count of fraud.

According to Campbell River RCMP, police were called to a break-in in progress last Thursday. While responding, officers stopped a man running from the crime scene.

“The male had no shirt and was carrying two pillowcases filled with loot,” said RCMP in a news release. “His bloody shirt was wrapped around his bleeding elbow that was cut during the break in.”