albert seruga junior 16 arrested...cant believe they posted his name...crazy
I P THE MOEXIXG CALL. Alkntor. Fa, UXurUi. Dec. . , 5 3 Accused of Burglary At ABE Discount Store The combined efforts of Beth lehem and Allentown police yesterday resulted in the ap prehension of three young men in connection with a burglary earlier in the ,week in Bethle hem. Apprehended for burglariz ing the ABE discount store on Industrial Drive, were Clarence Trago, 26, and Albert Seruga, 16, both of 718 Gordon St.. Al lentown, and Guy Schoenberg- Schoenberg- er, 17, of 15th Avenue, Bethle hem. Early today, authorities were still questioning Trago check-ins check-ins check-ins out the loot which they said was worth "thousands of dol lars." Schoenberger and Seruga had previously been committed to Lehigh County Prison on burglary burglary charges. Police said the loot included 12 pistols, 12 rifles, a large amount of ammunition, 236 rings and other jewelry, two guitars, 50 watches, men s toil et articles, electric razors, two walkie-talkies walkie-talkies walkie-talkies and a portable bar. Juvenile Capt. H. Robert Galle said the two juveniles had entered the store at 9:15 p.m. Wednesday and hid atop refrigerators in the meat de partment while Trago waited in a nearby restaurant. Galle said at about 11:20 p.m., shortly after the ' store had closed, Schoenberger and Seruga came out of hiding, started collecting the loot and ate food as they went along. The pair then stuffed the loot into duffel bags and forced open a restroom door. They then called to Trago, handed out the loot and crawled through the window, police said. Galle added that all of the stolen goods were stored in the third floor of the Gordon Street address. w The case was broken through the cooperation of Bethlehem juvenile authorities and detectives, detectives, and the assistance of Allentown Allentown detectives.