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Pair face charges of theft after series of burglaries

RCMP made two arrests related to a series of break and enters in the Oliver and Osoyoos area. Michael Scott Miller and Angela Michelle Gauthier are facing numerous charges.

RCMP received a call of suspicious persons on McKinney Road and the female was identified as associated to files out of Osoyoos. Mounties confirmed Gauthier was already under a condition to not be in Oliver when she was arrested, said Sgt. Ken Harrington.

Gauthier is charged with two counts of possession of stolen property under $5,000, theft $5,000 or under, possession of a controlled substance and a breach of conditions.

Miller is facing theft of $5,000 or under and possession of stolen property under $5,000.

Both were released on April 28 after making an appearance at the Penticton provincial courthouse on $500 bail.

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