AUGUSTA — A pair of thieves pleaded guilty Wednesday to a series of camp break-ins that occurred in spring 2012 in the Wayne area.

Eric M. Donnell, 27, formerly of Lewiston, and Carlton J. Enos, 23, of Hartford pleaded guilty together in Kennebec County Superior Court. They responded to Justice Daniel Billings’ questions in tandem, acknowledging that they were understood the rights they were giving up by pleading guilty rather than going to trial.

They both pleaded guilty to three counts each of burglary and criminal mischief and two counts of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer. In exchange for the pleas, two additional burglary and criminal mischief charges were dismissed.

The prosecutor, Assistant District Attorney Tracy DeVoll, said the break-ins were discovered around May 2012 as property owners began opening their camps, but it was believed the break-ins began in February of that year. Donnell and Enos took televisions, DVDs, tools and a generator, among other items, and damaged doors to get into the camps.

DeVoll said police investigating other camp burglaries in Androscoggin and Oxford counties found property that linked the two defendants. Police then questioned Donnell, who admitted the Wayne burglaries, and later drove around with police to indicate where they had occurred. DeVoll said Enos had driven Donnell to the burglary sites, and both men sold the items and split the proceeds.

Donnell was sentenced to three years in prison, concurrent to sentences he is serving for the burglaries in the other counties. Enos was sentenced to four years in prison, all suspended, and two years’ probation consecutive to sentences he had already served in connection with the Androscoggin and Oxford county cases.