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Bedford Police Arrest 4 Men In Connection With Home Invasion

BEDFORD (CBS) -- Four men were arrested in connection with a Bedford home invasion late Friday morning.

Police responded to a Fletcher Road house around 11:47 a.m. after receiving a call about a breaking and entering in progress.

A witness told police they saw an unfamiliar vehicle parked in the driveway and several men trying to get inside the home by prying open a windown near the front door, according to a police press statement.

One suspect was found inside the vehicle, while the three others were located inside the home, police say. Yi Wei Liun, 34, whose address is unknown, Cheng Ni, 43, of Boston, Ming Hua Wo, 50, of Quincy are Xue Tan Zheng, 21, were each charged with a felony count of daytime breaking and entering, possession of burglarious tools and malicious destruction of property over $250.

Bedford House Break-In Suspects
From top left clockwise, Xue Tan Zheng, Cheng Ni, Ming Hua Wu and Yi Wei Lin. (Courtesy photos: Bedford Police)

A notebook found inside a black 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee had many New England addresses believed to be related to other break-ins. Investigators don't believe this was a random crime and continue to investigate the matter.

The men will be arraigned Monday in Concord District Court.

Anyone with information is asked to call Bedford Police at (781) 275-1212.

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