News Business break-in triggers alarm resulting in an arrest SHARE ON: Rocco Frangione, contributor, Thursday, Aug. 8th, 2019 Police arrested woman as she came out of business after an alarm went off. (Stock photo) North Bay police say there’s value in having a burglar alarm as an incident to a business on Algonquin Avenue proved. Police got a report of an alarm going off at 4:35am Thursday at a business on the 1800 block of Algonquin and were on the scene within moments. They arrested a person coming out of the shop. Police say entry to the business was through the rear of the building which set off the alarm. A 23-year-old woman is charged with break and enter. Police say alarms help ensure a quick police response to the scene and encourage merchants to have them installed as well as video surveillance. They add video helps it easier to identify individuals and can have a tremendous impact when cases go to court.