Teens Charged in Weekend Theft From Rochester Business
They were caught stealing almost $50,000 in items, according to Rochester Police.
Three teen-agers were charged Tuesday with stealing almost $50,000 in jewelry, cash, clothing and other items from a Rochester business on Sunday afternoon.
According to Rochester Police Chief Steve Schettenhelm, the 18- and 19-year-olds were seen Sunday afternoon carrying bags of items from an office building near University and Helen streets. After a description of the suspects was broadcast to officers in the area, one of the teen-agers was found within five minutes at Wilcox and Second streets in the city. Within 10 minutes, the other two suspects were apprehended near Wilcox and University.
Christian Stirgus, 19, of Belleville, Robert Standfield, 18, of Keego Harbor and Forrest Love, 18, of Rochester were charged with felony larceny on Tuesday in Rochester Hills.
All of the stolen items were recovered.