Three teenage suspects allegedly broke into a Coral Cove home early this morning and were caught a short time later.
Two women inside the home at 7540 Cove Terrace woke up at 1:20 a.m. to find that someone had been in their home and had stolen some items.
The victims saw a car drive away and were able to get the license plate number.
Sheriff’s deputies were able to track down that car within several minutes. Inside the car were the items stolen from the home and other items taken in four car burglaries from the 1700 block of Caribbean Drive, which intersects with Cove Terrace.
Deputies arrested 19-year-old Paul Kuxhausen and two 17-year-old boys.
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