Police: Egleston Square break-in suspects played hide-and-seek with officers; they lost

Boston Police report arresting a man and two teens on charges they broke into Alex Market, 1985 Columbus Ave., around 2 a.m. on Saturday.

Police say officers who arrived on scene found Khalil Hall, 18, of Dorchester and a 17-year-old from Roxbury, not named because of his age, hiding inside a storage room.

Officers located one suspect, later identified as Teyro McGee, 35, of Mattapan, hiding above them inside the drop tile ceiling.

McGee and Hall were charged with breaking and entering, larceny, malicious destruction of property and possession of burglarious tools. The younger teen was charged with being delinquent on account of the same things, police say.

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POLICE ARE NOT winning...shots fired on a Fri. Afternoon ( the other day...) no arrests. .in Egleston Sq(3 diff sites..school st., Egleston Sq., and 1 other spot..NOT ONE SUSPECT AND THEY HAVE THE GUYS AUDI THAT HE ABANDONED DURING THE MELEE...If this had happened in Newton, case would be solved..

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