By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub | ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com Published Tuesday, April 16, 2019 1:30 p.m. EST
A man and woman were arrested after they allegedly entered unlocked cars in the Falkirk subdivision in the early morning hours of April 15 and stole items from inside.
21-year-old Angel Lorena-Suzzan Beck of Milan and Kenneth Wesley Moore, 19, from Detroit, were taken into custody in connection with the larcenies.
Beck, who had a warrant for her arrest, was arrested Monday.
Moore was taken into custody Tuesday after a police investigation into the larcenies.
Everette Robbins, Huron Township director of public safety, said the police department responded to multiple reports of larceny from cars that occurred during the early morning hours Monday in the Falkirk Subdivision.
All of the vehicles involved in the incident were unlocked.
“In this case, the suspects spent approximately 30 minutes in the neighborhood looking for unlocked cars. Based on neighborhood video that we have reviewed, they bypassed numerous cars that we locked and moved on to easier targets. We would like to remind our residents to lock their homes, vehicles and outbuildings,” Robbins said.
“This arrest was made possible through the help of some very vigilant neighbors in that neighborhood. As always, if you see something that looks out of place, call and report it.”
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