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Two teens charged with car break-ins in Quincy

Posted by Jessica Bartlett  October 24, 2012 10:26 AM

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Two teens were arrested Tuesday night after allegedly breaking into Quincy cars.

According to police, a victim reported that he went to drop off books and when he returned to his Main Street home shortly before 9 p.m., he found a young man sitting in his car.

The victim opened the car door and according to police, the teen told him not to call police and ran. As the teen took off, the victim noticed another man at the end of the driveway.

Officers stopped two suspects fitting the description of the teens shortly thereafter. The victim was able to positively identify the suspects, but confirmed that nothing had been taken from his car.

Police found a backpack on the suspects that contained school materials and a GPS unit. Officers tracked the GPS to a 2013 Toyota Corolla nearby.

According to police, officers contacted the second victim, who identified all the materials and the backpack.

Patrick Flynn, 18, and Ryan Garvin, 17, both from Quincy, were arrested and charged with breaking and entering into a motor vehicle in the nighttime, and receiving stolen property.

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