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Police arrest two for mini storage breakin

Rebecca Fisher (Source: Trumann Police Dept.) Rebecca Fisher (Source: Trumann Police Dept.)
Gage Glenn (Source: Trumann Police Dept.) Gage Glenn (Source: Trumann Police Dept.)
TRUMANN, AR (KAIT) -

A pair of Cherokee Village residents were arrested for breaking into a mini storage in Poinsett County and stealing several items.

Trumann Police arrested Rebecca Fisher, 22 and Gage Glenn, 23 for breaking or entering, criminal mischief 1st degree and theft of property.

Police accused the two of breaking into Walter’s Mini Storage the day after Christmas.

According to a news release, the pair were identified after the Trumann Police Department posted surveillance images to their Facebook page. A few hours after the post, the Sharp County Sheriff’s Office found the vehicle and the suspects.

Both were arrested without incident.

The pair admitted to a detective and told police where several of the stolen items were located.

A judge gave Fisher and Glenn a $25,000 bond. They will appear in circuit court on Jan. 30, 2017.

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