Two youth charged for restaurant break in

Two underage girls face criminal charges after a break-in at Antoinette’s restaurant in Whitehorse on Tuesday.

Two underage girls face criminal charges after a break-in at Antoinette’s restaurant in Whitehorse on Tuesday.

Police say they got the call in the early hours after the business’s alarm went off. The restaurant had been broken into through a smashed window.

“A number of youth were observed running from the location and a quick police response resulted in the arrest of several youth a short distance from the scene of the crime,” RCMP said in a news release.

One girl faces a charge of breaking and entering a business. Another faces a charge of possession of property obtained by crime less than or equal to $5,000.

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