Two Suspects Arrested for Stealing Over $14,00zero Value of Merchandise at 310 Boylston Avenue in Boston —

At about 2:51 AM on Friday, August 7, 2020, officers assigned to District A-1 (Downtown) responded to a radio name for a breaking and getting into at 310 Boylston Avenue (Bottega Venetta) in Boston. Whereas en path to the scene, officers obtained info by way of BPD Operations that two males have been seen exiting the shop talked about above with merchandise of their fingers. Additional, witnesses acknowledged the glass window of the shop had been smashed and the alarm was actively sounding.

Officers arrived within the space and instantly noticed two males matching the outline of the suspects close to the nook of Boylston Avenue and Charles Avenue. As officers drove previous the 2 males, they noticed them carrying a number of objects of their fingers. The officers pulled to the aspect of the highway and noticed the males drop the objects they have been carrying, onto the sidewalk. Officers exited their cruisers and approached the males, asking them what that they had dropped on the sidewalk. One of many suspects acknowledged that they had discarded sun shades and when requested the place they obtained the sun shades from, the suspects acknowledged that somebody had damaged into the shop they usually went inside and took the objects. Officers retrieved a number of pairs of sun shades from each of the suspects’ pockets. Officers then walked a brief distance to the world of the sidewalk the place the males had discarded the objects they have been beforehand seen carrying and recovered extra sun shades in addition to two purses. Officers recovered nineteen pairs of sun shades and two purses totaling over $14,00zero.00. Each males have been taken into custody. 

Officers arrested Carlos Espinoza, 18-years-old, of Westbrook, Connecticut and Alexander Mann, 18-years-old, of Stonington, Connecticut. Each suspects are anticipated to be arraigned in Boston Municipal Courtroom on costs of Breaking and Getting into a Constructing Nighttime for Felony and Larceny Over $1200.