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Burglary suspects caught after online post
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ROCKLIN  (AP) — Four burglary suspects have been arrested in Northern California after posting a photograph online of an expensive fast food feast that they allegedly purchased with a stolen credit card.

Rocklin Sgt. Scott Horrillo says three adult suspects and one juvenile were arrested Sunday for breaking into four parked cars in Rocklin on Friday and stealing GPS units, wallets and other items.

Horrillo says that after the burglaries, the suspects stopped at a local Carl’s Jr. restaurant to purchase nearly $120 in burgers, tacos and other fast food before two of them posted a photo of themselves posing with the food arranged on the trunk of their car.

The Sacramento Bee reports the three adult suspects are 20-year-old Malek Morgan, 27-year-old Leroy Jackson and 19-year-old Tavion Spignor, all of Sacramento.