Brothers charged with breaking into Dunkin' Donuts
STOUGHTON, Mass. -- Two brothers were arraigned in court Monday after breaking into a Dunkin’ Donuts restaurant in Canton. Police say the suspects may also be behind break-ins at some 30 other Dunkin’ Donuts locations.
Prosecutors said Wayne Wallace and his older brother Peter Wallace have a long criminal history -- they have been arrested and convicted more than 20 times for various crimes.
So far, the Wallace brothers are charged with just the break-in at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Canton on Saturday night.
“In the vehicle -- officers observed in plain view -- burglarious tools, such as a sledge hammer, pry bar and a screw driver in the back seat. At that time, they also noticed numerous wrapped coins and several dollar bills throughout the interior," said Assistant District Attorney Farrah Hill in court on Monday.
Wayne Wallace’s bail was revoked because he has an open case in Dorchester. Peter Wallace’s bail is set at $100,000.
Police are searching for a third suspect.
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