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Two Worcester Teens Arrested After Breaking Into Car on Northboro Street

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

 

Two Worcester teens were arrested in the area of Northboro Street after breaking into a car on Saturday.

Both males were identified as 15-year-old Worcester residents. The two were placed under arrest and charged with Larceny over the Value of $250.00 and Breaking and Entering into a Motor Vehicle with the Intent to Commit a Felony.

The property was returned back to the owner.

The Incident

On Saturday, February 17, at approximately 12:25 p.m., Worcester Police responded to a Northboro Street home for a report of a larceny from a car. Responding officers were provided with a detailed description of two men that were seen inside the car. One officer went to the address while others searched the immediate area for the two men.

The officer met with the owner of the car. The officer was told that two maen, possibly teens, were seen going through the contents of their car. One man was acting as a lookout while the other was rummaging through the inside. The officer was told that a gold bracelet which was left inside the car was now missing.

Officers that were searching the area saw two men that fit the description that was provided earlier. The men were located at the corner of Hamilton Street by Standish Street. One of the men was wearing a gold bracelet.

At this time the officer transported the victim to the location where the two teens were stopped. The victim identified the men as the two that were seen inside and standing by the car. The victim also identified the bracelet that one of the males was wearing as his.

 

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