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A visitors cease resulted within the arrest of two housebreaking suspects in Tarrytown Oct. 12, 2017. Frank Becerra Jr./Lohud

TARRYTOWN  –  A automotive-cease offered proof main officers to cost two males with burglarizing a home and stealing property from one other residence, police stated Friday.

Genaro Valencia, 25, of Sleepy Hole, and Franco Saladrigas-Garcia, 24, of North Bergen, New Jersey, face felony costs of second-diploma housebreaking and third-diploma felony possession of stolen property.

Property discovered within the automotive had been reported stolen, Police Chief John Barbelet stated.

Police have been investigating the housebreaking of a Fort Heights Avenue home and the theft of property from outdoors a Wilson Park Drive residence on Oct. 10.

Two days later, somebody knocked on the door of an space home-owner, who referred to as police based mostly on an automatic name the division despatched to space residents concerning the housebreaking and thefts, police stated in a information launch.

Barbelet referred to as the 2 individuals arrested “brazen,” saying the Citadel Peak Avenue home had been ransacked.

He referred to as the arrests vital in mild of what might have occurred to residents who got here into contact with the 2 suspects.

“Any such individuals, plenty of occasions, in the event that they’re not caught it may well result in extra critical incidents,” he stated.  “What these guys have been doing was they have been knocking on doorways asking random questions.”

Barbelet, who turned chief in June after 23 years as an officer, stated the officers recovered a big quantity of stolen property.

The 2 males have been arrested when officers stopped a “suspect car” on South Broadway, police stated.

They have been arraigned in Tarrytown Justice Courtroom and despatched with out bail to the Westchester County Jail.

Anybody who might have details about the suspects or comparable suspicious exercise is requested to contact the Tarrytown Police Detective Division at 914-631-1514.

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