Three Cambridge residents are facing charges in connection with the theft of catalytic converters in Guelph.
Investigators with the Guelph Police Service’s break enter auto theft unit were looking into a number of break and enters in Guelph involving two male suspects from Cambridge.
With the assistance of the Waterloo Regional Police emergency response unit, they went to a home in Cambridge on Thursday, executed a search warrant, and recovered a number of catalytic converters plus a motorcycle and $24,000 worth of generators.
Three people were arrested — two men (38 and 28 years of age) and a 30-year-old woman.
Charges include possession of stolen property, trafficking in stolen property, break and enter, and breaching court orders.
All three were held for bail hearings on Friday.