A police bloodhound tracked down two juveniles who were arrested at 10 a.m. Saturday on charges of breaking into five vehicles and a camper and stealing stereo equipment from some of them.
The boys, 14 and 15, were tracked to a friend's house on Hird Street by North Tonawanda Police Officer Kevin Phillips and his bloodhound, Abby, where they were found with some stolen stereo equipment and other items, Niagara County Sheriff's Deputy Timothy Callaghan said. They were turned over to relatives pending Family Court action.
The arrests came after a man told Deputies Kevin Mack and Robert Schnell that someone had entered three vehicles that were parked outside his home at 26 Hird.
An investigation showed that a sport utility vehicle, a pickup truck and a 33-foot camper owned by neighbors on Hird and River Road also were entered sometime after 3:30 a.m.