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Two men were arrested Friday in the Olympus Hills neighborhood after allegedly burglarizing a business and trying to steal a vehicle.
Unified Police Department officers responded to a burglary alarm at 4:30 a.m. at Olympus Hills Lanes and Fun Center, 4015 S. Wasatch Blvd., and found a Mercedes SUV full of property parked a short distance away at Apollo Drive and Achilles Drive, according to Detective Ken Hansen.
He said there also was a trail of what appeared to be stolen property leading up to the SUV, including a large number of quarters, and that the suspects might have fled from the area as officers began arriving.
While police were investigating, they heard a homeowner on South Achilles Drive yelling for help, Hansen said. The homeowner said as he was pulling into his driveway, his BMW, with two men inside, was being back out of the garage.
The homeowner tried to block the men with his Toyota FJ Cruiser and the suspect who was driving tried to go around him, causing the BMW to get stuck on nearby landscaping, Hansen said. The two suspects left the car and fled on foot, the detective said.
He said officers were able to track down and arrest the two suspects a short time later.