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Friday, June 21, 2013

Blood leads deputies to man accused of store break-in, burglary

A drop of blood found inside an air vent led deputies to a convicted felon, 43, who they say is responsible for the break-in and burglary of a Lake Worth convenience store.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday arrested Aaron Taylor, of Delray Beach, who was then booked on larceny and grand theft charges.

The crime at the Stop & Go happened in January 2012 while the store was closed for the night, according to the arrest report. The owner returned in the morning to find the store on Northeast Coast Street ransacked.  More

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