Two teens charged in Leola burglaries

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FROM LEFT: Teron Pompey and Salvator Rando

Police have arrested two teenagers for 2 weekend burglaries in Lancaster, one at a Leola flooring store and another theft from a vehicle at a neighboring business.

East Lampeter Township police say Teron Andre Pompey and Salvator Anthony Rando, both of Leola, are accused of breaking into Florhaus located at  40 Glenbrook Road, and stealing a laptop computer, electronics and petty cash,

According to police, the pair are additionally accused of  stealing a GPS unit from a company vehicle at Swing Kingdom, at 36 Glenbrook Road.

Both crimes were discovered on Monday police said.

Pompey and Rando were charged with burglary, criminal conspiracy to commit burglary, theft by unlawful taking, and theft from a motor vehicle.

Both were committed to Lancaster County Prison.

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