Police arrested two men and are looking for two others in connection with a burglary on Springbrook Drive.

Police arrested two men and are looking for two others in connection with a burglary on Springbrook Drive.

Police had arrested two and then learned of a second burglary and that several cars that had been entered.

One suspect told police that two of his cohorts had been walking down the street, taking items from unlocked cars as he sat in a truck and waited to collect the stolen goods.

The initial call came at 3:37 a.m. Aug. 15 from a Springbrook Drive resident.

The resident, a woman, told the dispatcher that she had heard noises in her house and found two males inside her den. She retreated to her bedroom and called police.

Officer Christopher Price responded and saw a white truck parked in the 200 block of Springbrook Drive. The rear cargo light in the truck was on and Price said he could see two black men exit the passenger door of the truck. Three other officers arrived on the scene and helped to put them in cuffs.

Across the street, Price said, he could see a truck with an open door in a driveway. Other officers found fingerprints on the truck. Other cars on the street had also been entered, police reported.

Price also found an open window on the first house, up about four inches.

The residents told Price and the other officers that a Wii machine and games, two laptop computers and a Nintendo DS1 had been stolen. Later, they added than an Apple iPod, $164 cash, nine gift cards in a purse, a digital camera and a cell phone had also been stolen.

Another car had been entered in the same block and an open garage was entered. The resident, awakened, said two gas cans had been stolen from his garage.

Police initially arrested Aaron Holland, 18, of 3825 Thornapple Drive, and Stephen L. Hunt, 20, of the same address. Both were charged with burglary and receiving stolen property.

Records in Franklin County Municipal Court show both were released on bond and ordered to stay away from prosecution witnesses.

gvickers@thisweeknews.com