Police are looking to identify a couple of suspects.

The Edmonton Police Service are trying to find two people believed to be responsible for 15 break and enters at daycare businesses in the capital region.

The daycares in Sherwood Park, Edmonton, Devon, Spruce Grove and Stony Plain were broken into by smashing the front glass doors. The first incident happened on October 21, with the most recent on November 6.

Suspects have stolen cash, laptops and a PC tower. Investigators believe a man and woman are responsible for the series of break and enters. The man was seen wearing a blue Nike hat, blue-hooded coat and white runners. The woman was seen wearing a camouflage hooded vest-type coat.
Their potential vehicle is below.
25112018ShPktheftsVehiclePolice believe the suspects were driving around in a dark coloured 2010-2015 Cadillac SRX.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers.

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