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D.C. Police Arrest Juvenile In Connection With Salvation Army Break-In

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The Salvation Army might get justice.

D.C. police have arrested a suspect in the Salvation Army burglary that occurred in Southeast Washington on December 1.

Two suspects broke into the building and stole at least $10,000 in donations collected through the charity's Red Kettle Program.

A custody order was issued Friday charging a juvenile male in the community center break-in. Authorities say the investigation continues.

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