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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Two Louisville men have been accused of breaking into several vehicles during a high school basketball game.
The scene was Doss High School, near the intersection of St. Andrews Church Rd. and Blanton Lane, and it took place on Jan. 19.
According to arrest warrants, that's when 32-year-old Clayton Chapman, 26-year-old Marquel D. Elzy and an unnamed accomplice broke into three vehicles in the high school parking lot. They allegedly smashed the windows and, once inside, took property, including credit cards and prescription drugs.
Police say Elzy used one of the stolen credit cards to make a $486 purchase of an Xbox video game and a 42-inch television at the Meijer on Dixie Hwy. near Citation Rd.
Police say the thefts were captured on surveillance video.
Both Elzy and Chapman have been arrested, and face theft charges. Information about the third suspect is not readily available.