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Sunnyside police nab three juveniles suspected for burglarizing store twice

Three teens were early this morning (Monday) taken into custody by Sunnyside police for a suspected burglary at the Edison Market, located at 1520 East Edison Avenue.

Police suspect the juveniles were involved in another burglary at the same business that occurred yesterday morning.

Sgt. Joey Glossen this morning said police were notified of a burglary at the Edison Market at approximately 2 a.m.

Officers investigating the call were told the front doors to the business were broken out and several items were taken from inside the building before the suspect fled the area on foot.

Officers canvassed the area and located three juvenile males, two of whom are 16-years-old and one who is 13-years-old. The trio was, according to Glossen, found in possession of a .22 caliber rifle that was loaded at the time the teens were taken into custody.

Two of the suspects are from Outlook and the third is believed to be from Toppenish, according to officials.

The items reported stolen from the store yesterday morning (Sunday) included boxes of Swisher Sweets, a tobacco product.

All three suspects were transported to the Yakima County Juvenile Detention Center and Sunnyside police are requesting they face charges of first degree burglary.

In other Sunnyside police news, officers since last Friday have investigated six thefts.

Two vehicles were reportedly broken into last Friday. A firearm and DVDs were reported stolen from a vehicle in the 700 block of South Eighth Street, and a stereo and speakers were reported stolen from a vehicle in the 1300 block of South 11th Street.

Also Friday a shoplifting incident was reported at Safeway and a phone was reported stolen from a resident in the 1400 block of South Eighth Street.

Saturday, a shoplifter was reportedly apprehended at Walmart and a resident in the 400 block of West Madison Avenue reported stereo equipment was stolen from a boat.

Officers have also since Friday responded to four automatic alarms, three assaults, two domestic violence calls, four DUI reports, two graffiti reports, six suspicious activity calls, two traffic mishaps and 12 traffic stops.

Police, too, provided five agency assists and served two arrest warrants.

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