DUNKIRK – Two Dunkirk men are charged after they allegedly entered a home by forcing a window and removing a large amount of jewelry and personal belongings, according to the Dunkirk Police Department.
Police said they responded to the 200 block of Nevins Street Sunday evening for a report of two suspicious males in the backyard of a residence. A neighbor reportedly called after observing the males walking around a neighbor’s house.
Both men were detained after they allegedly fled into adjacent backyards where patrol officers were able to locate and detain them without incident. In addition, all of the stolen property was reportedly recovered by patrol officers.
Angel M. Rosas Jr, 21, and David C. Smith, 20, are charged with second-degree burglary and fourth-degree grand larceny. Rosas, Jr. is additionally charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
Dunkirk Police would like to remind citizens to be alert and watchful in their neighborhoods and to immediately report any suspicious activity to the Police Department at 366-2266.