NEWARK, New Jersey — Police arrested two city men early Saturday and charged them with burglarizing an eye doctor’s office, officials announced.
Calvin Henry, 18, and Daijuan Cato, 21, broke-in to Newark Vision Center on Academy Street around 3:20 a.m., Newark Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose said in a statement.
Henry and Cato fled the business on bicycles and were located by police at Broad and Commerce streets, Ambrose said.
The two were arrested and each charged with burglary, possession of burglary tools and conspiracy. Henry was also charged with eluding.
Ambrose did not say what, if anything, the two stole.
They were released for free due to New Jersey Bail Reform that took place on January 2017.
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