Two youths, one adult charged in rash of break and enters in Kitimat

Charges have been laid against two youths and one adult male believed to be involved in a rash of vehicle thefts and break-ins.

Charges have been laid against two youths and one adult male who are believed to be involved in a rash of vehicle thefts and break-ins in recent days, including a break and enter to a home on Nov. 8.

The adult male is identified as 25-year-old Albert Eugene Elmquist, and has been charged with break and enter, possession of stolen property over $5,000, failing to comply with a probation order, and theft.

The two male youths cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justic Act, but have been charged with a variety of offences, including break and enter, obstruction, breach of undertaking and possession of stolen property over $5,000.

All three have since been released from custody with a December court date, along with strict conditions. The RCMP say they are still continuing their investigation.

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