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Two Teens Face Charges in Connection with Series of Commercial Burglaries
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From Loudoun Sheriff:

Loudoun County, VA:  Two teenagers face charges in connection with a series of commercial burglaries in Lovettsville that started in August 2011. 
Anatoly G. Wallington, 19, and a 16-year-old, both of Lovettsville, are facing charges of two counts of breaking and entering to commit a felony and two counts of grand larceny. Wallington turned himself over to authorities on Wednesday, November 23, 2011, and was released on a personal recognizance bond by a Loudoun County Magistrate. Juvenile petitions are pending against the 16-year-old. The name of the 16-year-old cannot be released due to the fact he is under the age of 18.  
Members of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office identified the two teens as suspects in the August 21st burglary of the Thrifty Sisters Treasures store and the November 6th burglary of Andy’s Pizza & Subs on South Church Street 
The two remain suspects in the commercial burglary series that began this summer when the Thrifty Sisters Treasures store on South Loudoun Street was burglarized twice in August and again during the first weekend of October. A few weeks later, on October 27th, the doors to the Loudoun Street Mini-Mart were damaged in an attempted burglary. During the overnight of November 6th into November 7th Andy’s Pizza & Subs was entered and cash and alcohol were taken.  
The investigation continues and further charges are pending.

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