Apr 21, 2016 11:28 AM

Merrimack police charge teen and juvenile with prowling, trying to break into parked cars


MERRIMACK - Police arrested two males after they were reported to be breaking into parked cars on Tuesday.

Police arrested Tylor Angers and a juvenile for charges of prowling and criminal trespassing after they said they saw both suspects walking away from the vehicles.

Both men denied any involvement, but video footage taken by a property owner showed otherwise, police said.

There is evidence that another crime occurred in the vehicle, specifically a bag of cash.

Angers is scheduled to appear in court in June. The juvenile's case has been forwarded to the juvenile division for processing and charges.

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