Four Hamilton suspects now charged in series of garage break-ins in Oakville and Burlington
Three more arrests have been made by Halton Police in relation to a series of garage, shed and vehicle break-ins in Burlington and Oakville.
An investigation by 3 District Criminal Investigations Bureau (CIB), with the assistance of 2 District CIB, had discovered 37 incidents of theft, including high-end bicycles and tools, since May 23.
Police initially charged Dylan Brown, 28, of Hamilton with more than 40 offences.
The three newly accused suspects are also from Hamilton.
Halton Police say a search warrant was executed at an address in Hamilton and on two vehicles on Wednesday, June 9.
Two of the accused, aged 29 and 27, were arrested and have been charged with fraud under $5,000, possession of stolen property and utter forged document.
Both suspects were released on an undertaking.
Another suspect, age 27, was also arrested and has been charged with two counts of fraud under $5,000, four counts of possession of stolen property, utter forged document, five counts of break and enter, possess break and enter tools, fail to comply undertaking, two counts of trespass at night, two counts of theft under and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.
The accused is being held in custody pending a bail hearing.
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