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A woman accused of staying overnight at local businesses and stealing from them, has been charged

A woman shoplifter has been charged with two break-and-enter offenses committed at local retail businesses.

Williams Lake RCMP Corporal Brett Squire said police received a report of a break-and-enter at a business on Prosperity Way on October 16th.

He said upon reviewing in-store video footage it was determined that a female locked herself inside overnight on October 15th, and was observed stealing store merchandise and leaving the store with the stolen items.

On October 17th police received a report of a shoplifter at a business on First Avenue North.

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Squire said store employees reported the suspect was in the store and they recognized her from video surveillance as having committed a similar store break-out from the night before.

Police attended and arrested the woman.

Jerrika Leigh Hill-Jackson is now charged with 2 counts each of breaking out and theft under $5,000.

Hill-Jackson has since been released from custody and is due in court on November 30th.

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