A 30-year-old Calgary man faces 70 charges after a police investigation of 25 break-and-enters.

The offences occurred in Calgary, Lethbridge and several rural communities including Diamond Valley, Strathmore and Vulcan.

RCMP first became involved on June 10 when the suspect broke into a business in Diamond Valley.

They say he would drive an electric scooter to all locations and then used an angle grinder or concrete saw to gain access to the ATM. 

It's believed he stole more than $15,000 during all break-ins. 

He was caught on July 14, during a break-and-enter at a business in Calgary.

David Letourneau-Janveaux, a resident of Calgary, has been charged with seventy offences, some of which include:

  • -Break and Enter to Commit Theft
  • --Break and Enter to Commit Mischief
  • -Mischief Over $5000
  • -Theft Over $5000
  • -Possession of Break in Instruments
  • -Unauthorized Possession in Motor Vehicle
  • -Possession of Prohibited Weapon
  • -Possession a Firearm Knowing it’s Possession was Unauthorized
  • -Unauthorized Transport of a Firearm

He'll stay in custody until his next court appearance on August 16 in Calgary.