2 teens accused of breaking into multiple vehicles at New Smyrna Beach hospital, police say

Police say they recovered about 50 stolen items

Police lights at a crime scene. (WDIV)

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. – Two teens were arrested after police said they broke into and stole items from multiple vehicles at a New Smyrna Beach hospital Monday morning.

Officers said they responded to a report of a vehicle burglary around 5 a.m. at AdventHealth in New Smyrna Beach after hospital security had interfered and the boys fled on foot.

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According to the department, both teens were eventually arrested after a search of the area. About 50 stolen items from several burglarized vehicles were recovered, police said.

If you had a vehicle in the area of the hospital Sunday night or Monday morning, please check to be sure it wasn’t broken into, and if it was, please call 386-424-2000 to file a report.

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