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5 arrested for 19 burglaries, 5 armed robberies in Midstate

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State Police have arrested five people in a string of crime from August to October. 

Officials have arrested John Hardy Carter, 21, of York County, Kyle Lamar Stauffer, 19, of Lancaster County, Brian Michael Barnard, 21, of York County, Nicole Marie Kilhefner, 20, of Lancaster County and Roger Strawser Jr., 41, of York County,

The five suspects are believed to be connected to 19 burglaries, mostly of homes, and five armed robberies of stores. 

The crimes span throughout Lancaster, York and Dauphin Counties. 

Authorities say Carter shot at the clerk at the Hess Express in Brickerville, Elizabeth Township, when the clerk refused to give Carter money. Officials believe the firearms used were stolen from several residences in Lancaster County. 

According to a release from State Police, guns, money, jewelry and electronics totaling tens of thousands of dollars were stolen during the 19 burglaries. 

This is a developing story. Abc27 will provide updates as they become available. Stay tuned for more information tonight on abc27 News at 7 and 11.

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