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Edmonton pair facing 88 break-and-enter charges
Brandon Okimaw, left, and Caitlin Dvorak, right, are accused of breaking into underground parkades and stealing items from vehicles. (Photo provided.)
EDMONTON -- Police have identified a pair of prolific break-and-enter suspects involved in 15 or more crimes in Edmonton over the past month, and are asking for your help to find them.
Brandon Okimaw, 25, and Caitlin Dvorak, 22, are accused of breaking into apartment or condo building parking garages and smashing vehicle windows to steal items inside.
Three vehicles were also stolen, and later recovered.
The string of thefts, which also includes two at businesses, date back to Jan. 13.
Okimaw and Dvorak face 48 and 40 charges, respectively, related to breaking and entering.
Okimaw weights between 160 and 180 pounds and has a pierced right ear. Dvorak weighs an estimated 130 to 140 pounds and stands between 5'9" and 6'0". Both have multiple tattoos on their hands.
Edmonton Police Service asked those with information about their location to call EPS at 780-423-4567 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.