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Men charged in Greenfield Best Buy burglary, believed to be part of larger crime ring

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GREENFIELD, Wis. (CBS 58) – Four men are now facing charges in connection to a burglary at a Best Buy store in Greenfield. The men are believed to be part of a larger crime ring.

According to court documents, Michael Durkins, Jason Harris, Richard Listenbee and Kentrell Steppes are all facing charges for burglary.

Court documents state the four men stole $19,000 of merchandise from Best Buy near 76th and Layton on September 8 around 4 a.m.

Police say they responded to the store for a burglary alarm and saw a white van pulling out from behind the business. Officers attempted to stop the van, but it drove off. Eventually police were able to stop the car. Inside, they found two City of Milwaukee garbage bins, tools, clothes and electronic equipment.

According to the criminal complaint, the men were caught on surveillance camera at Best Buy grabbing items and putting them into the garbage cans.

The men are from Illinois and Indiana. They face more than 12 years in prison. Steppes faces an additional charge of fleeing an officer.

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