Police charge juveniles with burglarizing marijuana facility
EAGLE LAKE, Maine — Police charged three juveniles following a break-in at a marijuana facility in Eagle Lake.
Trooper Matt Curtin of the Maine State Police investigated the burglary which took place at around 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the Eagle Lake Marijuana Caregiver Facility.
A large amount of cash and electronics were taken from an apartment directly attached to the facility. No marijuana was stolen.
Trooper Curtin issued video surveillance photos of the break-in and with the public’s help, was able to identify the suspects, whom he charged with Class B Burglary and Class C Theft. A majority of the items taken from the apartment were recovered in the investigation.
The Fort Kent Police Department assisted in the investigation.