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Hewitt police looking to return stolen items to citizens

Ambrayza Guerra (Source: McLennan County) Ambrayza Guerra (Source: McLennan County)
Matthew Freeby (Source: McLennan County Jail) Matthew Freeby (Source: McLennan County Jail)
HEWITT, TX (KXXV) -

The Hewitt Police Department said they have arrested four suspects for burglary of a motor vehicle and engaging in organized criminal activity.

Officers were called out to the 100 block of Buckingham Place around 1:20 a.m. on Tuesday. 

When they arrived, officers questioned a man and a woman in a red four-door Toyota and found stolen items, including a gun. They noticed flashlights in the distance that went dark when they arrived. Hewitt officers called Woodway police for support. 

The two suspects with the flashlights were caught along Hewitt Drive and Warren Street. 

Hewitt police said they arrested Matthew Freeby, 18, Ambrayza Guerra, 18, and two other minors.

All four bonds have been set at this time, $5,000 for Guerra and one of the minors.

Police said they have recovered many items, but none of them have been reported as stolen.

Police are asking citizens in the area to contact them at 254-666-6272 if you recognize any of the items pictured.

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