An Edmonton police dog and his handler captured three suspects early Saturday morning.
The team of Const. Roger Bellerose and Indy were first called to Diamond Auto Disposal on 51 Avenue at about 3:30 a.m. to look into a break in.
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At nearby Talon Tapes Industries, police say the K9 unit found a couple of backpacks, tools and copper wire.
Soon after, two suspects were found and arrested. The two men, aged 42 and 43, are charged with break and enter, possession of stolen property and possession of break-in tools.
About an hour later, Const. Bellerose and Indy were called to a Subway near 130 Avenue and 50 Street where the front window had been smashed.
A few minutes later, police say Indy tracked a suspect in the area of Habitat Crescent.
The suspect didn’t stop for police and continued to run. A short time later he was found hiding behind a nearby home and surrendered.
A 17-year-old boy was charged with break and enter.