Two arrested in Pearl River car break-ins

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Matthew Sindone, left, and Edward Keselman / OPD
Matthew Sindone, left, and Edward Keselman / OPD

BY BILL DEMAREST

PEARL RIVER – A 22-year-old Nanuet man and a 17-year-old from Brooklyn were arrested early Tuesday morning after an investigation into a rash of car break-ins in Pearl River, according to Orangetown police.

At about 4:30 a.m. on Tuesday, town officers were alerted to cars being entered on Bogart Avenue in Pearl River and found that multiple vehicles had indeed been entered and property removed. An investigation of the thefts led to the arrest of Matthew Sindone, 22, Blauvelt Avenue, Nanuet, and Edward Keselman, 17, of Bay Parkway, Brooklyn.

Police said they are charged with fourth-degree grand larceny and fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property. They were arraigned in Orangetown Town Court in Orangeburg and ordered held in the Rockland County Correctional Facility in New City on $10,000 bail

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in the investigation, asking that anyone who may have witnessed the thefts to call them at 845-359-3700. Additionally, police ask that anyone in the Bogart Avenue area who believes their car was illegally entered also call town police.

Originally published by Nyack Free Press

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