Killarney RCMP are reporting that two male suspects were recently arrested and charged in connection to a number of golf course break and enters.

On June 10, 2022, at approximately 1:55pm, Killarney RCMP received a report of a suspicious vehicle parked on Mountain Avenue in Killarney.

Officers responded to the scene and located the vehicle. Upon attempt to speak with the owner, who was not home, they observed another pickup truck blocking the driveway to the residence. The plate number on this pickup truck was queried and found to have been reported stolen the previous day from the Rossman Lake Golf and Country Club located in Rossburn, Manitoba.

With the assistance of the West District CREST unit, the investigation led to the arrest of an 18-year-old male from Killarney as well as a 23-year-old male from Deloraine.

Police say that a search warrant was executed at the residence on Mountain Avenue where officers located an unsecured firearm as well as numerous stolen items, including liquor, chainsaws, tools, chargers, batteries, clothing, keys to golf carts and keys to a cash register. The stolen property has been linked to break and enter reports from golf courses located in Deloraine, Cartwright, Rossburn, Russell, Shoal Lake and Rocanville, SK.

RCMP report that 23-year-old Tyson Kowal from Deloraine, was remanded into custody on a number of theft related charges. The other suspect was released for a future court date in Killarney where he will appear on charges of possession of stolen property and unauthorized possession of a firearm.