Men Steal Beer & Cigarettes in Supermercado Break-In

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wyoming breakin2WYOMING, Mich. (March 12, 2014) —Video was released Wednesday morning showing men storming through the Supermercado Mexico at 160 Chicago Drive.  Their mission–  to steal beer and cigarettes, said a representative for the market.

wyoming breakin taken into custody

Rathbone Street NW

Wyoming Police were called to the store at 2:39 a.m. on a report of a burglary in process.

“A witness reported seeing two men gain entry into the store by breaking a window.  According to the witness, the two suspects exited the store carrying merchandise and fled north on foot from the store,” stated a police news release Wednesday morning.

The men were tracked down to a home in the 1100 block of Rathbone Street SW.  A standoff ensued, then both suspects were arrested.

Both men were booked in the Kent County Jail for charges of breaking and entering.

FOX 17 News partner El Informador obtained video of the break-in.

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1 Comment

  • Neighbor

    PABLO RAPHEAL FERNANDEZ 09/19/1995 03/12/2014
    LUIS JAVIER PEREZ-MONTIJO 03/06/1976 03/12/2014
    Two dumbest people of wyoming , MI
    they tried breaking in the liquor store across the street first and after failing to do so they went on breaking in supermercado
    they pushed their luck to the extent
    And after doing so they lead cops rite to them following their footsteps in the great weather we had last night……SNOW

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