Two teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of burglarizing at least two Carmel Valley businesses early Wednesday morning, according to San Diego police. NBC7's Elena Gomez reports
Two teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of burglarizing at least two Carmel Valley businesses early Thursday morning, according to San Diego police.
Police said that at around 1:47 a.m. they were alerted to a break-in after an alarm went off at The Rush Indoor Cycling Studio located at 11130 Ocean Air Drive.
Although nothing was stolen from the studio, police said the burglars used a rock to smash the front door and tried to steal computers that were bolted to a desk.
Police said it was the second time the business had been broken into in nearly five months.
Minutes after the burglary, SDPD officers spotted two teens driving away from the business in a Cadillac Escalade, police said.
When police pulled the vehicle over, they reportedly found two computers inside of it that had been stolen from another business on Carmel Valley Road sometime earlier.
The victim in that burglary reported seeing a vehicle similar to the one the teens were in, according to police.
Officers arrested both teens, transported them to a police substation, and called their parents.
Both teens will face commercial burglary and vandalism charges.
The suspect's names were withheld due to their age.