Carmel police suspect teens in break-ins

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Carmel police hope two arrests Monday will end a six-week string of daytime home burglaries. Two of three juveniles were taken into custody after witnesses say they saw them break into the back a home in the Walden Pond neighborhood near 99th Street and Westfield Boulevard at about 10:30 a.m. Before the break-in, the teens knocked on the doors of other homes and asked residents if they had seen a missing dog. Police say the method is similar to the approach used in multiple break-ins this summer in Carmel.
 

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