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Two suspected auto burglars were arrested Saturday after a woman reported that her car had been broken into while it was parked in front of the Burlington Coat Factory in Pinole, police said. The victim said her Honda was burglarized at roughly 1:15 p.m., about 10 minutes after she had parked it in front of the store, located at 1350 Fitzgerald Drive, according to police.
Several items were taken, including a credit card that had a LifeLock identity theft protection account, police said.The victim was contacted by her credit card company a short time after the burglary and was told her card was being used in Hercules, police said.
Officers headed to the Hercules location, where they arrested Juan Torres-Rodriguez, 36, of Hercules, and Francisco Torres-Rodriguez, 31, of unincorporated San Pablo.Police said witnesses confirmed the two men’s alleged involvement in the burglary.
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