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An empty wine bottle, and the persistence of two very sharp Bend Police officers put two people in jail this weekend. The officers were called to a home on NW Harmon Boulevard on Friday to investigate a break-in. Suspects forced open a door to gain entry. While inside, the suspects did a lot of damage. They even ate some of the victim's food. Their downfall was the bottle of wine they brought with them. While the officers were conducting the investigation, they determined the wine bottle did not belong to the victim. Lt. Brian Kindel explains further: “The officers that were on the scene were able to track down the suspect by obtaining evidence from the home through, basically a wine bottle. And they found it. It was supposed to have been purchased from 7-Eleven on Galveston, however, when the officer was viewing the video surveillance, he found out the items were shoplifted.” By watching an extensive amount of surveillance tape from 7-Eleven, the officers finally saw both suspects, and knew them from previous encounters.  Ryan Undervagt, 33, and Christopher Ward, 23, were arrested and charged with burglary, criminal mischief, and theft.

 

 

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