Vacaville and Napa police have arrested three Napa County men in connection with two commercial burglaries at the Gucci Factory Store at the Vacaville Premium Outlets last year. Vacaville police Sgt. Jeff King said more than $110,000 worth of merchandise was taken during the Oct. 13 and Nov. 6 burglaries. Richard Allen Gramlich, 20, and Javier Orozco, 23, both of Napa, were arrested Wednesday in Napa. Jose DeHaro, 20, of American Canyon, was arrested in the Solano County jail where he is in custody on an unrelated charge, King said. Police said they recovered evidence and stolen property during search warrants at the Napa men’s residences. Three suspects smashed the glass front door of the Gucci Factory Store at 284 Nut Tree Road on Oct. 13 and stole $30,000 of Gucci-brand merchandise, police said. On Nov. 6, three suspects stole $80,000 of Gucci-brand products from the store. A security guard at the Vacaville Premium Outlets saw the suspects fleeing the burglary in a dark-colored Volkswagen four-door vehicle and contacted police. Police used a SWAT team as a safety measure when they arrested Orozco at his Marina Drive apartment in Napa because of the criminal history of the apartment’s residents, King said. Orozco was arrested without incident. Gramlich was arrested without incident at his Golden Gate Circle residence, King said. Gucci made several security changes to the store since the burglaries that will make similar crimes unlikely and make it easier to apprehend suspects of any future crimes, King said. Police are still trying to locate more property stolen during the burglaries, King said. Anyone with information is asked to call detective Gary Anderson at (707) 449-5269 or Vacaville police at (707) 449-5200.
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