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Calgary woman arrested, charged in home heist of jewelry, handbags

An RCMP cruiser is seen in this file photo. An RCMP cruiser is seen in this file photo.

Mounties out of Cochrane have arrested and charged a Calgary woman in connection with a rural home break-and-enter and the theft of high-end jewelry and handbags.

RCMP says the break-and-enter happened Feb. 28 around 7 p.m. and that a lone woman was captured by video surveillance.

Jenna Interman, 37, was identified as a suspect and taken into custody following a raid of a home in the city.

According to RCMP, a number of stolen handbags worth more than $15,000 were recovered.

Equipment for manufacturing fake credit cards was also seized, RCMP say.

Interman is charged with break-and-enter and theft over $5,000, and is scheduled to appear in court in Cochrane on April 4.

She has been released from custody. Top Stories

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