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SPD: Suspects Caught During Burglary In Progress Call

OFFICIAL NEWS RELEASE FROM SPD: On Monday morning officers responded to a burglary in progress on the 4400 block of North Cincinnati. 

Ofc. Snider interviewed the victims and they stated there were two males in their back yard.  One of the males was tearing down the plywood on the unattached shop to gain access. The second male was standing in the yard talking on his cell phone. 

The first male did gain entry into the garage and seconds later exited with a bag in hand. Both males left running. 

Shortly after this occurred, Cpl Storment arrived and caught a glimpse of someone fleeing. He heard crashing noises in the bushes.  A perimeter unit was then set up. 

Ofc. Daddato was on a perimeter spot. He noticed a male, matching the description of the second suspect, walking down the sidewalk smoking a cigarette, walking out of the perimeter.  He contacted the male and identified him. The victim walked down the street and positively identified the male as one of the males in his backyard. The suspect was identified as, Robert Mcnabb (20 yrs).

Ofc. S. Arredondo located the other described male running and jumping fences. Other officers flooded the area in attempt to locate the suspect. Ofc. McVay was checking the area on foot and located a male matching the description of the first suspect, lying on the ground behind a shop on the 900 block of East Hoffman. 

He identified himself and told the male to stay where he was.  The male immediately got up and ran. Officer McVay caught up with the male and found him hiding under a parked car. 

The suspect was taken into custody and identified as, Nicholas Limpert (25 years). 

Both males were positively identified as the suspects in the victim's backyard and were arrested and booked for 2nd Degree Burglary.

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