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4 suspects arrested in Montgomery Co. burglary

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Jazzmine Briggs (Source: MCSO) Jazzmine Briggs (Source: MCSO)
Marlon Ambers (Source: MCSO) Marlon Ambers (Source: MCSO)
Christina Luster (Source: MCSO) Christina Luster (Source: MCSO)
MONTGOMERY CO., AL (WSFA) -

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested four people in connection with a burglary at a home in Grady.

The burglary happened at a home on Highway 94 Tuesday and was in progress when the homeowner returned to the residence. That's when the owner called 911.

The homeowner reported that several guns were missing from the house.

Responding sheriff's deputies passed the get-away vehicle as they were responding to the scene and chased the suspects to Cole Whitney Drive.

Authorities used search dogs and a helicopter to track down one person who took off into the woods. The other three suspects stayed inside the get-away car.

The suspects are identified as Christina Luster, Marlon Ambers, Jazzmine Briggs and an unidentified juvenile male. Each is now charged with burglary and theft of property.

All but one of the guns was found, according to authorities.

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