Two more men have been charged in connection with a violent home invasion in April.
Three occupants of an East Chilliwack home were sleeping early in the morning of April 16 when police say masked men forced their way into the house.
"A significant amount of jewelry and cash were stolen," according to an RCMP press release issued shortly after the incident.
A 45-year-old man was injured and taken to Chilliwack General Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Marc Cadieux, 40, and Steve Tkachuk, 44, face a slew of charges. They include robbery, assault causing bodily harm, unlawful confinement, and break and enter and disguising the face with intent to commit an offence.
David Lee Ganaway was charged earlier this year with robbery, assault causing bodily harm, and break and enter with intent to commit an offence.
At the time of the incident, Mounties said that while the home may have been targeted, there was "no indication" the suspects and victim knew each other.
Nor was the house believed to be associated with any drug-related activity.
While three men have already been charged, police continue to investigate.
"Police believe there were other people involved in this crime," RCMP spokesperson Const. Tracy Wolbeck said Monday.
Cadieux is also alleged to have attempted to steal an ATM machine from a Chilliwack convenience store in early May while dressed like a police officer. Cadieux was arrested shortly after the incident and charged with impersonating a police officer, using an imitation firearm and attempted theft over $5,000.