Teens charged in Saturday burglary

Two juveniles were charged early Saturday morning with burglary, after Hudson police Officer William Emmons interrupted a burglary in progress at C.W. Fuels at 2 Tracy Lane, according to police.

Police said Emmons was setting up surveillance at the business around 2:45 a.m. Saturday. Police said C.W. Fuels has been burglarized twice, most recently on May 30. As Emmons arrived at the store, Emmons said he saw someone leave the store and run into the woods nearby. He said the front door of the business had been smashed.

According to police, Hudson Officers Matthew Solari and Allison Cummings located alcoholic beverages and cigarettes, both of which had been stolen from the store, on a path leading to Londonderry. Because C.W. Fuels is located near the Londonderry town line, police said Londonderry police had been called to assist.

Police said Solari and Cummings continued along the path where they discovered the stolen goods. The officers saw fresh footprints on the path, police said, and then flushed two 14-year-old suspects of Londonderry out of the woods and into the hands of Londonderry police officers Don Laduke and Patrick Cheetham.

The two suspects were taken into custody, charged with burglary and released to their parents, police said. According to police, the two are suspected in previous burglaries, and the incident at C.W. Fuels is still under investigation.