Man wanted for West Kelowna break-in arrested in Calgary

Dale Christopher MacPherson, 32, of Peachland has been arrested in Calgary in connection with a break and enter in West Kelowna.
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WEST KELOWNA – Police in Calgary have nabbed a suspect wanted for breaking into a West Kelowna home then producing a knife when he was interrupted.

RCMP issued warrants for Dale Christopher MacPherson, 32, of Peachland after identifying him as the suspect in a break-in at a home in the 3400 block of Turnbull Road in Glenrosa on Dec. 4.

During the break and enter, the suspect pulled a knife when he was confronted by the resident, police said. The man wasn’t hurt and the suspect took off on foot.

MacPherson was wanted on several outstanding warrants for robbery, break and enter, assault with a weapon and pointing a firearm to commit an indictable offence.

He was taken into custody on Wednesday, Dec. 20 in Calgary, Cpl. Jesse O’Donaghey says in a media release.

Police have not released any information about the circumstances surrounding MacPherson’s arrest.

RCMP do not say when he’ll be transported back to the Okanagan and what charges he faces for the Turnbull Road break-in.


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