JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (WIVB) - A 26-year-old woman from Sinclairville is accused of stealing a St. Susan's donation canister from a convenience store in Jamestown.
The donation canister was taken from the Robo Mini Mart on Main Street on Monday and investigators say surveillance photos led them to Kelsey Raynor. She is charged with larceny in that case.
Kelsey along with Jacob Raynor, 30, is also accused of second degree burglary. Police connected the pair to a separate incident that occurred Sunday in Jamestown. Investigators say the suspects broke into a home on Foote Avenue and attempted to steal a 40" flat screen TV, but got spooked by a passerby and fled, leaving the TV outside.
Both suspects are being held pending arraignment.
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