Police Arrest Teens Suspected of Stealing Car, Burglarizing Eight Vehicles

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    Two teens have been charged in connection with car burglaries and break-ins in West Hartford. (Published Tuesday, May 6, 2014)

    Police arrested two teenagers Tuesday suspected of stealing a car and burglarizing at least eight vehicles in a West Hartford neighborhood.

    Officers discovered the series of car break-ins on Walkley, Farnham and Dorset roads while they were patrolling the area, according to an incident report.

    After finding a pile of glass on one of the Farnham Road driveways, police determined that a gray 2013 Nissan Sentra was stolen from the address. The car keys had been left in a purse on the front seat, the owner told police.

    The suspects broke windows on four of the cars to get inside.

    The two teens face charges of second-degree larceny, criminal mischief and possession of an imitation gun. Police found the car on Garden Street in Hartford. They recovered some stolen items inside and found a non-operative weapon.  

    Police have not released the names of the two teens arrested because they are under 17.