Man, 45, charged with auto crimes

Gary William Cunningham appears in court, remanded in custody.

  • May. 11, 2015 5:00 a.m.

Ridge Meadows have arrested 45-year-old Gary William Cunningham in connection to automobile related crimes dating back to last year.

“The charges stem from separate crimes beginning in 2014 up to his arrest, and involve all aspects of auto crime, including  alleged theft from vehicles, mischief to vehicles, fraudulent use of  credit cards, possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of break in tools, and failing to abide by conditions of a court release and probation order,” said  Sgt. Brenda Gresiuk.

According to police, Cunningham has a lengthy criminal history, dating back to 1989, and includes convictions for the same offences he is now charged with.

Police seized stolen items during their recent investigation.

Cunningham appeared in provincial court on Monday and was remanded in custody.

RCMP remind citizens to lock their vehicles and remove any items of value.             


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