ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Three local teens were arrested for breaking into the Great Chestnut Groceries and Deli after being scooped up by the Spring Valley Police Department.
Wilfred Eliazer Mejia-Lemus,18; Otto Emanuel Aguitte-Lemus, 18, and David Coronado, 17, were charged with burglary of the store that took place during the early morning hours on Wednesday, said Ramapo Police.
The burglary was discovered when Ramapo police responded to an alarm around 3:15 a.m. at the deli at 6 Red School House Road in the village of Chestnut Ridge, police said.
Officers found the rear door had been pried open and security footage showed three males breaking in and stealing items from the establishment, police said.
During the investigation, Ramapo police were contacted by the Spring Valley Police who had stopped three males in a stolen car, police said.
The three were arrested by Spring Valley and later, two of the teens, were identified as being involved in the deli burglary. The third suspect was identified and arrested later on Thursday.
All three are being held at the Rockland County Jail.
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