Two males, aged 20 and 25 and a 16 year old boy are facing a long list of charges in connection to a string of robberies between December 12th and January 2nd.

The first incident occurred on the morning of December 12th when police got a report of a theft of gas in Mount Brydges. Over the span of 10 hours, police received a report of a robbery at a variety store in Strathroy, a break and enter at a Mount Brydges Foodland, a break and enter to a home garage and a break and enter to another residence.

The suspects were then spotted with a stolen vehicle in the London area.

On December 25th, another robbery was reported at a Mount Brydges store. Then on January 2nd, the same store was allegedly robbed again.

Strathroy – Caradoc police along with the OPP, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation police and St. Thomas police executed a search warrant and as a result, they arrested the three males, and charged them separately in relation to the robberies, totalling 43 offences.