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Two suspects were arrested by police in connection with at least two burglaries that resulted in over $100,000 in damage at Walgreens’ former corporate offices in Deerfield.

A police officer on patrol around 1:20 a.m. on April 30 noticed several vehicles pull into 1435 Lake Cook Road in Deerfield, according to a police report.

The vehicles were similar to vehicles wanted in connection with previous recent burglaries at Walgreens’ former corporate offices at 1411-1419 Lake Cook Road.

Officers stopped the four vehicles, which all appeared to be unmarked or retired police vehicles that had lights and radio equipment installed, the report said.

The four drivers of the vehicles were detained and transported to the police department for further questioning.

Officers found crowbars, screwdrivers and power tools in one of the subject’s vehicles.

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One of the subjects, a juvenile, admitted to police that he illegally entered the former Walgreens buildings and caused damage.

The juvenile was released from custody and charges were expected to be filed at a later date, the report said.

The second subject, Zachary Luker, 18, of Roscoe, was interviewed and charged with two counts of felony burglary.

Security footage was obtained from the burglaries and Walgreens management reported the combined damages from the burglaries was approximately $100,000, the report said.

A third subject, Arnoldo Ramirez-Sevilla, 18, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was charged with unlawfully carrying a concealed weapon and released from custody.

Ramirez-Sevilla and the fourth person who was detained were determined to not have been involved in the burglary, the report said.