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Trio charged with breaking into vending machines face felonies because of COVID-19 pandemic

BETHEL PARK, Pa. — Police in Bethel Park arrested three people early Wednesday after police found them lurking near a business.

When officers searched the car they were in, they found burglary tools, drugs, coins and a change box from a vending machine.

Police said Larry Randolph, 39, Jeffery Ledonne, 39, and Angalique Visconti, 27 admitted to working together to break into vending machines in the Pittsburgh area.

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The each are facing several charges including theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, according to police. The theft charges are enhanced to a felony grading because the crimes happened during a natural or man-made disaster, such as the COVID-19 outbreak.

The three suspects are in the Allegheny County Jail.