Two arrested in million-dollar jewelry store burglary




NEW ROCHELLE – Two Brooklyn men are under arrest in connection with the February 2 burglary of the New Rochelle Coin, Stamp and Jewelers on Division Street in that city.  Merchandise worth $1-million was stolen.
On April 5, police from New Rochelle and Port Chester, Westchester County District Attorney’s Office investigators and the Bergen County, New Jersey Prosecutor’s Office executed search warrants in several locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
During the search several pieces of evidence were located and the two men were taken into custody. Kevin Lyde and Kevin Young, both 55 and from Brooklyn, were each charged with felony burglary and grand larceny. Authorities said the investigation is continuing as a third person has not yet been located.
The suspects are also believed to have been involved burglaries in other communities.

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