WAREHAM, Mass. (WJAR) — Police had a little luck catching two individuals they say were involved in recent break-ins to two Wareham jewelry stores.
Erin Pardi, 21, and Anthony J. Vieira, 24, were both captured following separate traffic stops said the Wareham Police Department in a release.
Pardi was involved in a minor accident, and an unrelated warrant led to her arrest and search of her vehicle where pieces of stolen jewelry were recovered police say.
Vieira was a passenger in a car that was stopped on Marion Road Sunday morning, and police say he jumped out of the car and ran into a bog area.
Police say Vieira was captured attempting to cross a marsh near the wood at a Wareham complex.
Three separate break-ins occurred in late October and early November. Aaron Marks Jewelers was broken into twice, and Gold World once.
The department says in each case the suspects smashed their way into the businesses and smashed jeweler cases as they took items before fleeing.
According to the Wareham Police Department Vieira faces 3 counts of nighttime breaking and entering for a felony, 3 counts of larceny from a building, and 3 counts of receiving stolen property over $1,200.
Pardi faces the charges of her warrant and receiving stolen property over$1,200 but police say Pardi will most likely get additional charges.