Third Suspect in $1 Million Sag Harbor Burglary Nabbed - 27 East

Third Suspect in $1 Million Sag Harbor Burglary Nabbed

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Peter C. Aviles was apprehended this week in New York City in relation to a 2022 burglary in Sag Harbor that netted more than $1 million in cash, jewelry and fine wines. He was brought into Sag Harbor Village Justice Court on Wednesday by New York State Police.

Peter C. Aviles was apprehended this week in New York City in relation to a 2022 burglary in Sag Harbor that netted more than $1 million in cash, jewelry and fine wines. He was brought into Sag Harbor Village Justice Court on Wednesday by New York State Police.

Peter C. Aviles was apprehended this week in New York City in relation to a 2022 burglary in Sag Harbor that netted more than $1 million in cash, jewelry and fine wines. He was brought into Sag Harbor Village Justice Court for arraignment on Wednesday by New York State Police.

Peter C. Aviles was apprehended this week in New York City in relation to a 2022 burglary in Sag Harbor that netted more than $1 million in cash, jewelry and fine wines. He was brought into Sag Harbor Village Justice Court for arraignment on Wednesday by New York State Police.

authorStaff Writer on Jan 24, 2024
The third suspect in a 2022 burglary in Sag Harbor that netted more than $1 million in cash, jewelry, fine wines and an assault weapon was located by investigators in... more

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