Edmonton police have arrested and charged three suspects in connection to recent thefts of approximately $30,000 in perfume and other products from a national chain store.

Police said the first theft took place on Jan. 29.

Officers responded to a break-and-enter call at a store near Rabbit Hill Road and Mullen Way, where they found a “significant” number of perfume and other products were reported stolen from the business.

The second break-and-enter occurred on Feb. 4, when officers allege the same suspects struck again, stealing approximately $10,000 of products from a chain store near 23 Avenue and 24 Street.

Police arrested three suspects on Tuesday, also executing a search warrant at the residence of one of the suspects, where $20,000 in perfumes and additional stolen property was recovered.

Thomas Reardon, 28, Daniel Geness, 22, and Paige Hadow Dunn, 19, are facing multiple charges including break-and-enter and possession of stolen property.

Police say additional charges may be pending.