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Trail of Shoe Prints Lead to the Arrest of 4 Burglars

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Out in Pomona, police arrested four young men who burglarized a home Friday night and left a trail of shoe prints that aided police in their quick capture. They were found nearby, "sleeping in a garage stacked with the stolen property, and with some of the ill-gotten goods in their pockets," according to ABC7 . Items from other possible burglaries were also found. The four will be arraigned tomorrow.

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