A man was caught will tools in hand recently trying to break-into-a Kelowna business.
Police were called to a location in the 2500-block of Enterprise Way around 10a.m. on Jan. 15, after a business owner said they were watching the man live on surveillance cameras.
The man was using a hammer to try to break into trailers on a construction site.
In the duffel bag he had been carrying, there was a replica pistol, as well as more tools.
He initially gave a fake name, but upon being brought into station, it was determined that he was 43-year-old Saeed Abbas, who was already known to RCMP.
Of no fixed address, police are recommending charges of break-and-enter, property obtained by crime, possession of break-in tools, obstructing a police officer, and three counts of breach of release orders.
Additional charges are being investigated. Abbas will be held in custody until Jan. 20.