Employees board up the door at an automotive repair shop after a break-in.

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SAVANNAH, GA (October 10, 2016): Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department’s West Chatham Precinct officers arrested three suspects after they broke into an automotive repair shop in the 1100 block of West Gwinnett Street, Oct. 10.

Officers responded to the shop at approximately 4 a.m. in reference to a noise complaint. When officers arrived, they located several pieces of broken glass around the business, which prompted them to check the business for unlawful entry. K-9 officers arrived as back up to assist in clearing the business. When K-9 officers entered the business and announced themselves, one of the suspects immediately alerted officers to their presence.

Javier West, 25, Robert Williams, 25, and A-Miracle Smith, 18, were located in the business and subsequently arrested. Officers arrived before anything was taken from the business. The suspects face burglary and violation of curfew charges.