One of two diner burglary suspects surrenders

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Social media apparent played a major role in one of two suspects in the burglary of two Lancaster County diners  turning himself in to police.  After saying he had seen his face all over the tv, Kyle Coon, 27, of Elizabethtown turned himself in on Monday for the two burglaries at the Trolley Stop Diner, 346 Hershey Road, Mount Joy Township.  He told police that he was sure everyone knew the suspect in surveillance photos was him.

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Following arraignment on Burglary and Criminal Conspiracy charges, Coon  was sent to Lancaster County Prison in default of bail.

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The second suspect has been identified as John L. Adams Jr., 26, of Mount Joy. Northwest Regional Police received information that Adams is aware that he is wanted by police. So far he has avoided arrest.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Detective Frank Ember at (717) 367-8481.