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Enderby offender relapses with multiple credit card thefts

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ENDERBY - A prolific Enderby offender is back in custody after returning to his thieving ways last week.

On Dec. 13, RCMP attended the Enderby Cedar Park Inn and found Jordan McCann, 28, to be in breach of his conditions, according to an RCMP media release. He was arrested at the location without incident.

A search of McCann revealed several stolen credit cards and identification forms. Police were able to link McCann to at least 10 thefts reported in the North Okanagan.

McCann, who has faced similar theft charges in the past, has been in custody since his arrest.


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