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May 13. 2013 4:58PM

Alarm leads Manchester police to school; five teens face burglary charges

MANCHESTER - Police responding to an alarm at Parkside Middle School shortly after midnight Sunday arrested five Manchester teens and charged them with burglary.
According to police, the teens - two boys, 16, two girls, 16 and a 14-year-old girl were detained without incident by officers Casey Finn and Ben Foster after they alegedly were seen climbing out of a window of the school.
Police said they were found in possession of candy, balls and an iPhone charger believed to have been taken from a teacher's desk.
There was no damage to the school, police said.


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