One man in custody, police looking for another after Grand Island burglary
GRAND ISLAND, NE — One man is in custody and authorities are looking for another after police say they burglarized their former employer.
Grand Island Police say they responded to a burglary alarm just after midnight Monday morning at Lineage Logistics, a cold storage facility on the north edge of town. Capt. Jim Duering says officers stopped Julio Galeano and Josh Ditter as they were leaving the property. The pair said they were employees, but took off after they saw a manager arrive.
Police then learned Galeano and Ditter were former employees and had stolen five boxes of packaged meat. Officers found the suspect’s car wrecked in the front lawn of a house about a mile away from the business.
Duering says police arrested Ditter around 2:00 Monday afternoon but they are still looking for Galeano.
Ditter is accused of burglary and second-degree trespassing. Galeano is wanted for burglary, flight to avoid arrest, leaving the scene of an accident, second-degree trespassing and two counts of criminal mischief.