Taco Bell receipt helps Norwalk police make arrest in attempted burglary case

Norwalk police say a receipt from a fast food restaurant led to the arrests of two people wanted for breaking into a boat while a family slept inside.



Police say 20-year-old Julia Armijo, of Weston, and 23-year-old Renny Isaac, of Ridgefield, woke the family as they slept at Cove Marina Sunday morning.



Police say the two tried to make off with a wallet from the boat, but dropped it and ran after a struggle with the boat owner.



Police say Armijo left behind a bag of food from Taco Bell that she bought with a card.



They say an arrest came just hours later.


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