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Suspects Arrested in Utah After South Dakota Burglary

Suspects Arrested in Utah After South Dakota Burglary

Posted - Sep. 26, 2003 at 2:01 p.m.

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(Moab-AP) -- Five suspects are in police custody today after a burglary in South Dakota.

The Utah Highway Patrol says the suspects took a safe, and large amount of weapons, cash, and jewelry from a businessman in Mitchell, South Dakota in what they describe as a 'substantial burglary'.

Police say the five stole a car in South Dakota and ditched it in Colorado where they bought a new one and switched the tags.

The Utah Highway Patrol spotted the car at the East Green River exit of Interstate-70 around nine last night and made the bust.

Three of the suspects are male and are being held in the Grand County Jail.

Two suspects are female and are in a juvenile facility in Price.

Investigators obtained a search warrant and are processing the evidence.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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