Another man is facing charges following a spate of poppy-box thefts ahead of Remembrance Day.

Police allege the 34-year-old man pinched Royal Canadian Legion donation boxes from the counters of three Tim Hortons locations in downtown Toronto last Wednesday and Thursday.

Authorities allege he was caught with a stolen poppy box containing $45.08 when he was arrested Friday night. Ironically, the arresting officers are veterans of the Afghan and Bosnian wars.

Nicholas Moorhouse was charged with three counts of theft under $5,000 and possession of property obtained by crime.

Meanwhile, police continue to search for a man who stole a poppy box from a Tim Hortons near Dufferin and Bloor streets on Friday afternoon.

He’s described as white, 25-30 years old, about six feet tall, with light brown curly short hair and a very slim build.

Last Thursday, Christopher Ethier, 31, was charged for the alleged thefts of poppy boxes at a Tim Hortons at Dufferin and Eglinton, a Beer Store at Oakwood Avenue and Vaughan Road and an Eglinton Avenue Subway sandwich outlet.

He was denied bail on Friday and will appear in court again on Tuesday.