Three teenagers were arrested Tuesday, Sept. 25, after they allegedly broke the window of a pawn shop and stole eight guns.
Bolingbrook police responded to The Trad'en Post, 295 S. Schmidt, at 3:18 a.m. Sept. 25. for a phoned-in, glass break alarm. Upon arrival, the officers found a broken window in front of the business.
Officers saw multiple people run toward an adjacent subdivision. K-9 responded and began a search of the area, during which the officers found clothing and "other articles."
A "short time later," three people were located hiding in yards and running in the area. After detaining the three teenagers, officers found eight guns stolen from the pawn shop.
Brian L. Robinson, 18, of 645 Cochise Cir., Aaron J. Marshall, 18, of 462 Seneca Ln. and Antonio L. Blackman, 17, of 2910 S. Dearborn Apt. 501 in Chicago, were charged with burglary, a class 2 felony.
The three were transported to the Will County Adult Detention Facility.