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Update: Two Arrested in Georgetown China Wok Burglary

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Surveillance photo from China Wok Burglary (Photo: Georgetown Police) Surveillance photo from China Wok Burglary (Photo: Georgetown Police)
Surveillance photo from China Wok Burglary (Photo: Georgetown Police) Surveillance photo from China Wok Burglary (Photo: Georgetown Police)
Surveillance photo from China Wok Burglary (Photo: Georgetown Police) Surveillance photo from China Wok Burglary (Photo: Georgetown Police)
Left: Alonzo D. Sutton-Bullock, Right: Rontrell Leonard (Photos: Georgetown Police Department) Left: Alonzo D. Sutton-Bullock, Right: Rontrell Leonard (Photos: Georgetown Police Department)

GEORGETOWN, Del.- Georgetown police have arrested two men who were wanted for in connection with a break-in at the China Wok restaurant.

According to police, on March 9 at approximately 1 a.m., officers arrived at the business on 401 College Park Lane to find the front door glass and front window shattered. Officers were unable to find any suspects around, so they contacted store personnel who were able to review surveillance footage of the burglary from the restaurant.

According to police, two people hit the front window with a baseball bat. When they were unable to break through the window, they moved to the front door, police said. Police said that after shattering the glass on the door, the two went inside the restaurant, and attempted to get into the register, but were unsuccessful. The video then showed the two taking a tip jar from the front counter before running out the front door, police said.

On March 12, police arrested Alonzo D. Sutton-Bullock, 19, of Dover, and Rontrell Leonard, 18, of Seaford. The Camden Police Department had Bullock and Leonard in custody for a burglary in their jurisdiction and contacted the Georgetown Police Department. The departments were able to compare photos of Bullock and Leonard with still photos of video surveillance from the China Wok. Police said officers were able to positively identify Bullock and Leonard as the suspects in the burglary on March 9.

Bullock and Leonard were charged with burglary, possession of burglary tools, conspiracy and theft. They were committed to the Sussex Correctional Institute in lieu of a $12,000 bond each with a future court date.

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