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Crime Arrest made after car stolen, unmarked patrol vehicle burglarized in Maitland

17:40  24 october  2019
17:40  24 october  2019 Source:   wesh.com

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A search for a man suspected of breaking into an unmarked patrol car early Thursday in Maitland has ended with an arrest.

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Officials with the Maitland Police Department said several vehicles, including an unmarked patrol car, were burglarized near the RDV Sportsplex.

Police said they are still trying to determine which agency the burglarized police vehicle belongs to and they are trying to make sure a weapon wasn't stolen.

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Police said it all started with several vehicles being burglarized in an apartment complex parking garage. Investigators said the suspect smashed glass to get into a couple of the vehicles.

Someone spotted the person trying to break into a car and called police.

While the man was trying to flee, police said he stole car keys from a resident who was walking into the garage, stole their car, and crashed it a short distance later and started running.

Police arrested the man around 9:30 a.m. in the RDV Sportsplex parking lot.

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