Video shows arrest of home invasion suspect in King Township

York Regional Police arrested two people and are searching for a third suspect following an attempted home invasion at a home in King Township last week.

Officers were called to the area of ​​Highway 27 and King Road last Friday, just before 2 a.m., for reports of a robbery.

When they arrived, officers began a brief foot chase as the suspects attempted to flee. Police said the suspects were allegedly observed breaking into a vehicle at a nearby residence prior to officers’ arrival.

One suspect was arrested shortly after, while another was detained with the help of the canine unit and air support unit.

On Tuesday, police released footage from the helicopter as they located and detained the second suspect.

“I think I got him,” an officer can be heard saying over the radio after spotting the suspect. “He’s in an industrial yard further west from where you are, jumping fences.”

The video then shows the canine unit arriving at the yard. “He’ll hide behind the door of the minivan,” the officer says.

After a brief search, the suspect was found and handcuffed.

Investigators have since also determined that the vehicle the suspects used was stolen in Toronto earlier this year.

As a result, police announced Tuesday that the suspects, identified as Tibor Orgona, 21, and Dzifa Amah, 18, have been charged with several offenses, including two counts of loitering or loitering at night on someone else’s property and two counts of possession of property obtained by crime.

Police said Orgona was subject to a release order for unrelated offenses at the time of the incident.

The charges have not yet been proven in court.

Meanwhile, a third suspect remains outstanding and no description has been released.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 1-866-876-5423 ext. 7142 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS or