Video shows Apopka cellphone store burglary

6 arrested, including 4 teens

Police investigate a robbery at a Metro PCS store in Apopka.
Police investigate a robbery at a Metro PCS store in Apopka.

APOPKA, Fla. – Six people, including four teens, were arrested early Wednesday on suspicion of breaking into a cellphone store in Apopka and stealing items.

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The robbery happened around 2 a.m. at the Metro PCS at 1718 South Orange Blossom Trail.

According to police, officers were alerted to the break-in by an alarm but didn't find anyone at the store when they arrived.

Surveillance video shows five people entering the store and taking several items, including cash registers, police said.

Nearby police agencies were notified of the burglary and Ocoee police stopped a red 2000 Pontiac Grand Am.  The car occupants matched the description of the thieves, said police, who added that items stolen from the store were in the car.

Two of the six admitted to breaking into the store, and they implicated the others, Apopka police said.

The group was arrested and taken to jail or the juvenile assessment center.

The adults were identified by police as Joshua Mondesir, 22; Dichivious Johnson, 31; and Michael Michel, 18.

Metro PCS robbery video