Two teenagers arrested in Carmel Valley on suspicion of burglary

By City News Service

Two teenagers were arrested on suspicion of burglarizing at least two businesses in the Carmel Valley area of San Diego early Jan. 2, police said.

The teens were arrested shortly after they smashed storefront windows to gain entry into The Rush Indoor Cycling Studio at 11130 Ocean Air Drive around 1:45 a.m., according to San Diego police Officer Frank Cali.

Prior to The Rush break-in, the teens allegedly broke into another area business the same way.

Upon their arrest, the teens were found to have stolen computers in their vehicle, Cali said. Their names were withheld because they are minors.

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