PASADENA, Md. (WJZ)– Two Baltimore men have been arrested after tampering with automobiles in a parking lot of a closed dealership in Pasadena.
Early Wednesday morning, plain clothed officers were in the area of Rich Morton Automotive located at 51 Mountain Road when they observed two males acting suspicious.
The two males were wandering through the automotive lot, which was closed at the time, when they were confronted by the officers. The officers noticed a Toyota Highlander running that was left running in the vicinity of the suspects.
The two men admitted to being inside the vehicle and were arrested.
While at the dealership, officers received a call in which a victim reported that his car was broken into and his iPod was missing. During a search of the two suspects officers retrieved the iPod which was later positively identified by the victim.
Christopher Beatty, 19, and David Pearce, 21, both of Baltimore, Md. have been charged with rogue and vagabond, possession of burglary tools, and theft under $1000.
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