BRATTLEBORO, Vt. (AP) – A man and woman are facing child endangerment and other charges that they took three children with them while they robbed a Brattleboro computer business.

Police say 35-year-old Robert Rivera of Brattleboro and 39-year-old Kim Savoy of Proctorsville were arrested Tuesday night after a short vehicle pursuit.

When River and Savoy were arrested police found three children in the vehicle, aged 4, 7 and 16.

The owner of a computer business called police after allegedly finding Rivera in his store. Savoy allegedly drove the vehicle from the scene of the robbery.

There’s no word on who the parents of the children were.


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