Waterford: Suspects Accused of Stealing from Unlocked Cars

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(Waterford Police, Aug. 30, 2015)

On 8/28/15 5:30 am, Waterford Officers responded to the 2000 Block of Denby on two suspicious subjects.

Arriving officers located a vehicle in a driveway with its  interior dome light still on and two subjects walking away from the vehicle. When the  officers attempted to stop and talk with the subjects one fled on foot and the second   subject was detained.

The 17 year old male suspect from Waterford admitted to  investigators that he and his 17 year old male accomplice had been stealing from  unlocked vehicles prior to the officers arriving. The detained suspect gave  investigators the second suspects name at which Schrock2015_ad_twocitiestime responding officers responded  to his Waterford residence and took him into custody without incident.

Both suspects  were lodged at the Oakland County Jail and the report will be reviewed by the   Oakland County Prosecutors Office for charges. Vehicle owners in close proximity to  this incident that may have noticed articles missing from their vehicles are asked to   contact Waterford Police Detective Keith Zoltowski at (248) 618-6126.

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