Two people arrested for multiple break and enters in Osoyoos and Oliver

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OSOYOOS - Two people were arrested following an investigation into a string of break and enters committed in Osoyoos and Oliver.

Michael Scott Miller, 32, and Angela Michell Gauthier, 33, both of no fixed address, appeared in Penticton Provincial Court April 28 and were released on conditions while awaiting trial.

Mounties say Gauthier and Miller allegedly went on a crime spree, entering properites of businesses and residential units, stealing valuables including antiques, tools, and liquor. The crimes were committed in broad daylight, ultimately leading to the two being identifed by witnesses.

Police located the pair who were still in possession of many of the stolen items.

Both have a court ordered condition to stay out of Oliver and Osoyoos.

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