PROVO, Utah (AP) - Provo police say they've solved a grocery store burglary case after busting three juveniles for fireworks and finding $300 worth of cigarettes in a 13-year-old boy's backpack.
Police say the case began after someone used a rock to smash the glass door of an Allen's grocery store in Provo early Saturday. Officials say candy, cigarettes, and beer were stolen.
Authorities say someone smashed another door at the same store on Tuesday and took more cigarettes.
Police who responded to a call of three juveniles lighting up fireworks Tuesday say they found one of the three with a backpack full of cigarettes.
The juveniles now face charges of burglary, theft, criminal mischief and tobacco and curfew violations.
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