Two adults and two juveniles were arrested Thursday afternoon after, police say, they broke into a vehicle and stole items from it.
Officers responded shortly after 4 p.m. to a reported breaking-and-entering situation on the South Service Road at the eastbound off-ramp of Interstate 30 in Benton, according to a statement from the Benton Police Department.
The victim told police that their vehicle had been broken into, and claimed the items stolen from it could been seen in another vehicle nearby, police said.
Police were then alerted by a person on the scene to four individuals who looked "suspicious" at a nearby convenience store, according to the statement.
Further investigation led officers to evidence "directly linking" Rafael Anguiano, 39, and Angel Anguiano, 18, and two juveniles to the break-in and theft, Benton Police Department Lt. Kevin Russell said.
Russell added that, due to the ongoing investigation, the evidence linking the suspects to the crimes could not be released.
Rafael and Angel were each charged with breaking or entering, theft of property, and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, police said. The juveniles, whose ages were not released, were charged with breaking or entering and theft of property before being released to their parents.