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Sunday March 9th, 2014

Posted at 11:15am

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Updated Monday March 10th, 4:45pm.

Two teens face charges after a break in at a school Sunday morning.

Police say that at 6:40am they were called to an alarm at St. Christopher’s school.

Officers spotted two suspects running from a portable classroom that had been broken into.

Police say that they issued the police canine warning to stop and the suspects did not comply.  A Police Dog was deployed and apprehended one of the suspects.  Police then yelled verbal commands to the second suspect to stop, and the suspect complied.

Both suspects were arrested without further incident. EMS attended the scene and treated the suspect apprehended by the dog for non-life threatening injuries.

A 17-year-old male and 15-year-old female face charges of break and enter.

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