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Tip leads police to 2 burglary suspects

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Alan Edward Goldstein (Source: Georgetown County Detention Center) Alan Edward Goldstein (Source: Georgetown County Detention Center)
Jacob Michael Walton (Source: Georgetown County Detention Center) Jacob Michael Walton (Source: Georgetown County Detention Center)

MURRELLS INLET, SC (WMBF) - Thanks to a concerned citizen's call, deputies with the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office have placed two men behind bars.

Those men, 21-year-old Alan Edward Goldstein and 21-year-old Jacob Michael Walton, were spotted walking out of the woods on Collins Creek Drive with a bicycle, approaching the car an anonymous caller reported as suspicious.

When the two men were questioned about the contents of the car, which "appeared to be stolen property," they declined to answer the questions.

Goldstein and Walton were taken into custody and each charged with burglary and five counts of breaking and entering into motor vehicles.

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