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Berlin Police Arrest Two For Alleged Burglary String

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BERLIN, Md. - Berlin Police say they have made two arrests in a reported Burglary string that started last month.

According to reports, between April 23rd and May 14th, there were several reports of thefts from residences in Berlin. Through an investigation, Police say they were able to gather a list of suspects.

The first was 61 year-old James Hughlett. Police say, with help from detectives from the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation, they were able to secure and serve a search and seizure warrant on a residence in Berlin. Police say that's where Hughlett was taken into custody and charged with several counts of burglary and theft.

Police say after further investigation, officers obtained an arrest warrant for 23 year-old Kate Hughlett of Berlin. Police say she was taken into custody on Wednesday and was also charged with several counts of burglary and theft.

Police confirm to WMDT Kate Hughlett is the daughter of James Hughlett.

Authorities say James Hughlett has been released on $10,000 unsecured bond while Kate Hughlett is being held at the Worcester County Jail on a $10,000 bond.

Police say an investigation is ongoing and they are asking anyone with any information on these or other incidents to contact the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation at (410)-632-1111.

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