Police in Connecticut say a school note left in a stolen car led to the arrest of a 15-year-old on larceny charges.
Shelton Police Detective Richard Bango says a car dealership was burglarized and had two vehicles stolen on Oct. 26. The Connecticut Post reports police say another vehicle was stolen on Sunday from a different dealership.
Bango says one of the stolen vehicles from the first dealership and the one from the second were recovered, and police found a school note in one of the cars. The note led police to a 15-year-old juvenile student in Bridgeport.
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The student, who was not identified, has been charged with two counts of burglary and larceny each.
Bango says more arrests are expected in the case.