Human Rights Museum Reviewing Security After Break-In
In downtown Winnipeg, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is reviewing its security procedures after it was broken into early June 26, according to an article from CBC News.
Police have jointly charged two teenage girls, aged 15 and 17, a 16-year-old boy and a 21-year-old man with breaking and entering to commit mischief, as well as theft under $5,000, the article says.
Officers were called to the museum around 2:30 a.m. CT on Tuesday amid reports of a break-in in progress from museum security. The four were arrested in the area, the article says. According to a museum spokesperson, the building was locked and security staff were on site.
While it is currently unknown how the four gained access to the building, which is under construction, security policies are being reviewed to look for areas of improvement, the article says.
Damage from the break-in was minor, the spokesperson said.