Alaska State Troopers say they have a pair of suspects in connection with a North Pole theft spree.
Troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters declined to name the suspects Saturday afternoon because they have yet to be charged.
The suspects went through the glove compartments of at least seven vehicles. Some victims found nothing missing, but among the items reported stolen were a GPS, a purse, an iPod and a set of jumper cables.
An area resident also reported a theft in which someone entered a home through an unlocked door and stole two laptops and an iPod.
It is believed all the property was taken Wednesday night or Thursday morning.