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LEOMINSTER -- Police allege two brothers broke into a Central Street home Tuesday, stealing jewelry, important documents, and the residents' brand-new SUV, according to court documents.

Police allege Terrell Brown, 21, of Leominster and Mannie Myers, 29, of Fitchburg, broke in to the home through a cellar window, according to a report from Officer Robert J. Quirk.
The woman who reported the break-in told Quirk the thieves made off with jewelry and an 80-pound safe, which contained Social Security cards, checks, her marriage certificate, birth certificates and a gold wedding band.
Police were led to Terrace Drive because a family member had driven by the location of the theft and saw the victims' 2008 Honda CRV leaving the driveway and being driven by one of the alleged thieves, Detective Richard Gallant reported.
Brown allowed a search of his apartment and allegedly told police Myers, his brother, stole the items, but said his own fingerprints would be on the car. Myers later arrived at Terrace Drive, where police arrested him, and he allegedly confessed to the break-in.
During a search of Brown's apartment, Quirk reported, there were numerous baggies containing crack cocaine in plain sight in the kitchen. Brown is charged with receiving stolen property worth more than $250, possession of a Class B drug with intent to distribute, larceny of a motor vehicle, using a motor vehicle without authority and operating with a suspended license. Myers is charged with breaking and entering in the daytime to commit a felony, malicious destruction of property worth more than $250, larceny more than $250, and larceny of a motor vehicle.
Both were held on $500 cash bail during their arraignments in Leominster District Court on Wednesday, and they are due in court Oct. 27 for pretrial hearings.
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