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2 Arrested in $1M Jewelry-Store Burglary

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They’re suspected in other cases, too.

Police in New Rochelle, NY, have arrested two suspects in a $1 million jewelry-store burglary — and they suspect the men may have also been been involved in a string of similar crimes.

Kevin Young and Kevin Lyde stand charged with third-degree burglary and first-degree grand larceny, the Journal News reports. Both are 55 years old.

The men are accused of burglarizing New Rochelle Coin Stamp & Jewelers. They allegedly entered by cutting a hole in the roof.

And now they’re suspected in several other burglaries that took place in Port Chester and New Jersey, and they’re being looked at in connection with some that occurred in Nassau County and New York City, as well, the newspaper reports.

Read more at the Journal News

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