In this kind of questions, I believe that most of the attention should be focused on the general approach and the philosophy of attacking. Afterwards, each individual may proceed by writing its own equations and solving them in its prefer way.
In our particular case, I guess you examined the whole structure, realized that there are 4 reactions (Ax, Ay, Cx and Cy) and thought to yourself - OK, here we have a statically indeterminate system (3 equations and 4 unknowns), so we must apply a unique technique in order to solve it.
However, the trick here is hidden in the middle joint. The structure is divided into two parts (AB and BC) which are connected through a pin joint. This joint brings another two reactions to the table (Bx and By). You may first be tempted to think that "hi, these are internal forces, they cannot add any useful information. I could alternatively create an artificial cut in any other place along the structure and look for the internal reactions there".
However, this would be a wrong way of thinking. If we cut our structure in any other zone, we would have to deal with 3 reactions in the cross section (two forces and a bending moment). The pin joint actually eliminates the bending moment which in turn allows us the solve the problem.
You may look at each part separately now. Part AB has 4 reactions and 3 equilibrium equations and the same is true for part BC. Since two of these reactions are the same (Bx and By) we end up with 6 equilibrium equations and 6 unknown (Ax, Ay, Bx, By, Cx and Cy). At this point we realize that we can solve the problem without applying sophisticated methods (using stiffness and calculating deflections and etc.)
@kamran showed you a good way of solving it. Just pay attention to the nice approach he used when writing the equations of part BC - Since there are no external forces exerted on it, the total reaction of joint C must be directed towards joint B. Otherwise, there would be a total moment applied on Joint B. The same is true, of course, to point C. By finding a relationship between Cy and Cx he was able to come up with the 4th equation you just look for.