Police have charged a Winnipeg man with a whopping 28 break and enters to convenience stores, clothing stores, food stores, medical clinics, a gas station and a restaurant.The break-ins – all in the William Whyte and Dufferin areas – took place between Nov. 24 and Sunday, when the suspect was arrested.Police said the suspect would force his way into the businesses, then steal food, merchandise and/or cash before fleeing the scene.READ MORE: Winnipeg police seek armed man accused of break and enter, threatsAround 5 a.m. Sunday, police responded to a break-in at a Dufferin Avenue convenience store and caught a man pushing a shopping cart inside near Flora Avenue and Aikins Street.The cabinet had been taken from the convenience store.The man resisted arrest and gave police a fake name before being taken into custody.Robert Shawn Nault, 46, faces 28 counts of breaking and entering and a charge of resisting a peace officer.WATCH: Winnipeg man arrested Sunday also charged in 2014 break-and-enter
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