2 arrested for allegedly damaging building in downtown Wichita

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left to right: Nicholas and Dylan Dominick left to right: Nicholas and Dylan Dominick
WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

Wichita police have arrested two teens for allegedly breaking into a building in downtown and damaging several windows.

Nick Dominick and Dylan Dominick, both 18 years old, were booked for burglary and destruction of property. 

Officers responded at around 12 a.m. Friday to a burglary in progress at the Central Plaza building at Douglas and Main Street. The person who called police said suspects were in the building damaging property.

Police saw the two suspects exit the building and took them into custody without incident. Officer Charley Davidson said several windows throughout the building were damaged. 

The investigation in ongoing. 

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