Seattle Police arrested two suspected car prowlers in separate cases on Capitol Hill on Thursday.

Officers responded to the 1300 block of Madison Street for a report of a man breaking into cars in a parking garage, locating the suspect just before 1 p.m., according to police. Police report the 911 caller identified the suspect, tying him to two other car prowls in the garage.

The suspect was searched and found in possession of car prowl tools, as well as meth and heroin that was packaged for sale, according to police.

The man was booked into King County Jail for drug charges, several misdemeanor charges and two warrants.

Police also arrested a 28-year-old man early Thursday morning, Dec. 22, for allegedly attempting to steal items from parked cars and storage lockers inside a secured parking garage in the 1800 block of 11th Avenue.

Officers responded around 6:25 a.m., after a resident reported hearing banging and seeing an unknown man inside the garage. The suspect attempted to escape by climbing a fence, according to police, but was quickly taken into custody.

Open car doors and storage lockers were found by officers inside the garage, and some of their contents were recovered from the suspect, according to police.

Police report the man was found to have an outstanding felony warrant for burglary, and was also in possession of narcotics. The suspect reportedly told officers he’d ingested a large quantity of the drugs, so he was taken to a hospital for evaluation before being booked into the King County Jail for burglary, drug possession and the felony warrant.