Two Pittsburgh men in custody after burglary in Cranberry Township

CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Cranberry Township police arrested two Pittsburgh men, Arron Grant and Gregory Taylor. They are accused of burglarizing a home along Gate Dancer Drive around 3 p.m. on Tuesday. They got in through an unlocked door.

The victim told police $1,600 in cash was missing from his bedroom as well as a $25,000 Rolex watch and a $15,000 gold chain.

These neighbors down the street couldn’t believe it.

“It’s a safe neighborhood. I’m entirely shocked because I didn’t expect this,” said neighbor David Resh.

“You feel bad because you’ve been invaded all your stuff is gone you can’t replace it,” said neighbor Judy Resh.

They can also sympathize with the situation.

“We were robbed at our house, so we are really aware. We came from California, so we are aware of being burglarized and I feel bad for the people because it’s scary,” said Judy Resh.

According to the criminal complaint, the victim saw Taylor and Grant in his house through his Ring camera, told a friend who rushed over and saw both men drive off in a Maroon Lexus Sedan.

The victim spotted the same car speeding along Route 19 and pulled in front of it but couldn’t stop them, so he called 911 and officers responded.

The victim continued to chase after them until the suspects’ car crashed into another vehicle at an intersection near the Cranberry KinderCare center. Police say they pulled into the day care’s parking lot and then Taylor ran next door to Sheetz, where he was arrested. Grant was arrested outside the car.

Police recovered some of the victim’s stolen items. They also found a loaded handgun and drugs including suspected cracked cocaine.

“You’re saying he had a gun so now you’re even more nervous with all the shootings that are going on,” said Judy Resh.

The homeowner said Taylor was a former employee with his company he fired about four years ago.

Right now, both men are facing a number of charges. They are both convicted felons with a criminal history, so their bonds were set pretty high.