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Police arrest four people in connection with Friday night burglary

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Police arrest four people in connection with Friday night burglary

Police in Rapid City say four people have been arrested in connection with the burglary of the Rumors Coffee and Wine shop Friday night.

Police report they responded to the business on Bendt Drive at approximately 11:55 p.m. and noticed the front door had been shattered.

Police later stopped a vehicle believed to be at the scene and took into custody a female and three males.

A witness to the burglary positively identified the three males as the suspects entering the store.

The suspects were identified as 18-year-old Zailynn McDow of Rapid City, 29-year-old Curtis Horse of Porcupine, 19-year-old Joshua Stone of Porcupine and 24-year-old Dezmond Two Hearts of Rapid City.

McDow was placed under arrest for aiding and abetting 3rd degree burglary and a warrant. Horse and Stone were placed under arrest for 3rd degree burglary and impersonation to deceive law enforcement. Two Hearts was placed under arrest for 3rd degree burglary.

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