Burglary suspects found hiding in home basement

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Two men are charged in a weekend burglary in Lancaster County.  A property owner spotted the suspects entering a house he owned at about 1:58 pm Sunday along the 600 block of Old Line Road in Rapho Township. The property confronted the two men but they were able to flee the scene.

Manheim Borough Police were able to identify Bradley Scott Adams, 22 of Marietta and Jeremy Scott Hartman, also 22, of Mount Joy through a vehicle description and photo lineup.  After a short search Adams and Hartman were found hiding in the basement of a house on South Market Avenue in Mount Joy Borough.

Following their arrests, Hartman confessed to his role in the burglary, Adams however refused to talk to investigators.

Police say both men have issues with drug use and needed money for their addictions. Mount Joy Borough Police and Susquehanna Regional Police assisted in the investigation.

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