05/21/2015 18:46 EDT | Updated 05/21/2016 01:12 EDT

Boy, 11, joined in break-ins in central Alberta, but too young to charge: RCMP

WETASKIWIN, Alta. - Mounties are accusing an 11-year-old boy of participating in several break-ins in central Alberta.Wetaskiwin RCMP have responded to 10 break-ins at homes and businesses in the area over the past three weeks.Thieves took household items as well as ATVs and motorcycles.On the weekend, police responded to three residential alarms and arrested two males following a search.Trenton Okeymow, who is 18, and a 16-year-old male have been charged with breaking and entering and possession of stolen property.The boy is too young to be charged under the law.(CHUB)