TRUMBULL, Conn. — Two Bridgeport teens found driving around a Trumbull neighborhood overnight with no headlights on were stealing items out of parked cars, Trumbull police said.
A Trumbull officer spotted the car at 3:04 a.m. Friday as it traveled slowly on Brewster Place with its headlights off, police said.
When stopped by the officer, the two occupants said they were visiting a friend who lives nearby, police said.
But upon further investigation, officers found items that had been stolen from four vehicles that were parked at homes in the area, including a laptop computer, credit cards and a wallet, police said.
Renell Cambell, 19, of 721 Platt St., Bridgeport, and Marcus Negron, 18, Of 121 Wilcox St., Bridgeport, were arrested and charged with burglary, larceny and possession of burglar tools. Both were transported to Bridgeport Superior Court for arraignment on Friday morning.
The Trumbull Police Department reminded residents to remove valuables from vehicles and to keep the doors locked.
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