3 arrested after Seal Beach burglary suspects crash into fire hydrant in Westminster, flee on foot

SEAL BEACH — — Two guys as well as a 17-year-old young boy believed of stealing almost $14,000 well worth of product from a sports shoe and also garments shop in Seal Coastline have been apprehended after a vehicle pursuit that finished with a crash right into a fire hydrant as well as foot chase, with one located hiding in a trash can, authorities stated Tuesday.

Police officers recovered 280 items of clothes and also devices worth almost$14,000 from a car after a robbery in Seal Beach early Sunday.( Picture courtesy Seal Beach Police Division)Administration responded about 2:30 a.m. Sunday to a report

of a commercial theft at the Exclusive Tennis shoes save at 12410 Seal Coastline Blvd., cops stated.”A witness saw three suspects taking product from the closed organisation

and also enjoyed as they got away the scene in a silver vehicle, “Seal Coastline Authorities Department Sgt. Nick Nicholas said. Police officers situated the vehicle as well as attempted to draw it over, yet the vehicle driver instead led

them on a short quest that ended with a crash right into a fire hydrant that came to be a geyser near the intersection of Westminster Boulevard and Bolsa Chica Roadway in Westminster, Nicholas said. The suspects left from the crashed lorry as well as right into a nearby neighborhood. Westminster police and also a Huntington Coastline cops air unit helped in looking for the suspects, among whom willingly surrendered, Nicholas claimed. An additional suspect was found hiding in a garbage can as well as the last under swimming pool devices in a house’s backyard, Nicholas said.

Police officers recuperated 280 pieces of clothing and accessories worth nearly$14,000 from the automobile and the things were later on returned to the store. The shop’s cash money register drawer was additionally found inside the automobile, Nicholas stated. The grown-up suspects — recognized as Lengthy Beach citizens Darryl Williams, 18, and also Desmond Maglory, 20 — were scheduled at the Orange County Prison.

The juvenile, whose — name and address were not revealed, was launched to his parents. Police remain to investigate the criminal offense as well as prompt anyone with details to contact Investigative Jorge Muniz at 562-799-4100, extension 1108.

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