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Police locate juvenile responsible for 5 Owensboro burglaries

OWENSBORO, KY (WFIE) -

The Owensboro Police Department says they have located a 17-year-old juvenile who is responsible for five burglaries in the Owensboro area.

Officers say they found the juvenile who had been missing since Monday in the 300 block of E. Parrish Avenue.

The juvenile was in possession of items that were later identified as items stolen from various locations in Owensboro. 

Through the course of the investigation, it has been determined that this juvenile
is responsible for the following five burglaries.
• April 15th, 2013 – Cheri Care, 1726 Sweeney St.
• April 15th, 2013 – Breckenridge Street United Methodist Church, 1400
Breckenridge St.
• April 16th, 2013 - Woodlawn United Methodist Church, 1120 Woodlawn
Ave.
• March 9th and 20th, 2013 - Sweeney Street Baptist Church, 1626 Sweeney
St.

A second juvenile, 16 years old, has also been charged with the burglary at
Woodlawn United Methodist Church.

At this time, a laptop computer and credit card have been recovered.

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