Toronto police arrest 2, seek 1 in long-term care home thefts
A 31-year-old woman is wanted on 10 charges including 4 counts of fraud under $5K
Toronto police say they've arrested two men and laid 50 charges in an alleged string of thefts from long-term care homes in the city.
They say they recorded more than 10 incidents between April 3 and April 9.
They allege the suspects would enter the homes in the early-morning hours, walk the halls looking for unlocked doors, then take residents' belongings from their rooms while they were sleeping.
The charges include fraud under $5,000, break-and-enter with intent, possession of credit cards obtained by crime and failure to comply with probation.
Police say they are still searching for a 31-year-old woman who is wanted on 10 charges, including four counts of fraud under $5,000.