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Juvenile Arrested, Charged In Belton Home Break-In

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Police Track Down And Arrest A Juvenile In Connection With Home Break-In Police Track Down And Arrest A Juvenile In Connection With Home Break-In
BELTON, S.C. - Police arrested and charged a juvenile, accused of breaking into a home on Brown Street and robbing the homeowner at gunpoint.

On January 24th, the homeowner called police after she says a juvenile broke into her home, by forcing open a door. The woman says the young male stole her property and even pointed a gun at her before running off.

Police called in the Anderson County Sheriff's Blood Hound Team which helped track down and identify the suspect. 
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