Niagara police make two arrests after rash of break ins

Niagara police have made two arrests in a rash of break and enters in Niagara Falls.

Police launched an investigation in December 2018 into a series of break ins at commercial storage units in the city.

Members of the Niagara Falls Street Crime Unit gathered evidence that lead to the execution of a search warrant which recovered stolen property from the break and enters.

Ashley Powell, 33, and Raymond Orcutt, 38, have been arrested and charged. Powell faces a count each of break and enter commit theft and possession of property obtained by crime. Orcutt is facing five counts of break and enter commit theft.

Anyone with additional information that could help investigators is asked to contact Niagara police.


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