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Police identify suspects in Arroyo Terrace burglary

The Alhambra Police Department has identified two suspects who were arrested after a burglary on Sunday in Alhambra.

The two suspects are 32-year-old Luis Angel Ramirez and 31-year-old Josue David Funev. Both suspects are from Los Angeles. Ramirez, who also has outstanding warrants, has a total of $51,115 in bail. Funev is on Post Release Community Supervision, and therefore is not entitled to bail.

APD officers and a Pasadena police helicopter responded to a call at 4:55pm on Sunday from a resident. She reported that two suspicious males were in the backyard of her neighbor’s house at the 900 block of East Arroyo Terrace. Police detained the two suspects upon arrival, and discovered that they had the house owner's property in their pockets. Police believe that the two suspects had broken into the house through two windows.

Both suspects are expected to be arraigned on Wednesday in Alhambra Court.

The APD suggests that all residents be alert of any suspicious incidents and report them to police as soon as possible. Residents can call the APD at (626)570-5151.

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