Logan Police solve year-old burglary

Logan City Police are announcing the arrest of a 17 year old from Salt Lake City who will be charged for two burglaries that occurred at the Expercom Computer store last year in Logan. At the time of the burglaries Expercom was located at 725 South Main but has since moved to their new location on North Main Street.According to a Logan City Police Department press release, the first burglary took place on February 4, 2010 in the early morning hours. A large rock was used to break out the glass on the front door. The suspect took several computers and then left the area.The second burglary took place two-and-a-half weeks later on February 23, again during the early morning hours. A pry bar waslocated that appeared to have been used to break the glass out of the front door. The suspect entered the store and removed several Apple iPODs and then left the area.Logan police investigators had been working the case for a year when they finally received information from a DNA match that identified the suspect. The juvenile was contacted on March 2, 2011and interviewed concerning these burglaries. He confessed to committing both burglaries and stated everything had been sold.One of the stolen iPODs was located in a pawn shop in the Salt Lake City area. There is a case pending that the Salt Lake City Police are investigating in connection with the stolen iPOD that was located at the pawn shop.

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