West and Southwest Division cops are warning people to secure their garages after a string of thefts this week.
Police say thieves are targeting garages that have been left unlocked or garages that have their overhead doors left open.
And, cops say, thieves are targeting homes in Glastonbury, the Hamptons, Lewis Estates, and Potter Greens.
Thefts from garages are “crimes of opportunity,” say cops, and it can happened while the homeowner is doing yard work.
Edmonton city cops need the public’s help in finding two suspects who were involved in two separate break-ins last week.
Police say someone broke into a parkade at an apartment building near 100 Avenue and 118 Street on May 12.
That’s where he stole two bicycles, along with vandalizing locks on file cabinets.
And, while surveillance cameras were rolling, he also stole some change from vehicles that were parked in the parkade.
The suspect was seen wearing a grey zip-up hoodie, a white T-shirt and blue jeans.
Police are also looking for a suspect who broke into a store near 111 Street and Ellerslie Road on May 11. Someone wearing a bright purple hoodie was seen breaking into the store, but police say he didn’t steal anything.
The wanted man was seen wearing a black “Monster Energy Drink” hat.
Edmonton city cops are still looking for Jay Montroy Brooks — and they’ve been looking for him for eight years.
Police say Brooks served two years for a drug trafficking conviction and then he was released on full…