Police: 2 arrested in attempted synagogue burglary

Police say two people were arrested overnight for breaking into a synagogue on Lee Avenue. Investigators say two men, ages 17 and 22, broke into

BROOKLYN - Police say two people were arrested overnight for breaking into a synagogue on Lee Avenue. Investigators say two men, ages 17 and 22, broke into the Yeshiva Ahavas Yisroel synagogue at around 3:30 a.m. They were trying to open a safe inside the house of worship, police say. The suspects are facing burglary charges.

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