A Cambridge male faces charges after someone raided the lunchroom fridge Monday at a Guelph business, say Guelph police.
Approximately 10 a.m. police were called to a business on Watson Road South near York Road. Staff reported an unknown male entered through an open overhead door and went to the lunchroom, where he helped himself to various items in the fridge.
A male matching the description was located sitting on the lawn of another nearby business and was arrested under the Trespass to Property Act after refusing to identify himself and providing a fake name and date of birth. A search incident to arrest revealed documents stolen earlier this month from an address in Cambridge, as well as a passport in the male’s true name.
A 44-year-old Cambridge male is charged with obstructing police and possessing stolen property. He will appear in a Guelph court Dec. 17.