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1 of 3 cleared in Durham car break-in case

Posted October 9, 2015 2:56 p.m. EDT

Durham police want to talk to this man about a string of car break-ins during July.

— One of three men arrested last week in a series of Durham car break-ins was released from jail Friday and all charges against him dropped.

Larry Robinson, 17, of Garret Road, was cleared of his charges, police said, after further investigation.

Justin Enoch Judd, 18, of Cherry Creek Drive is being held in the Durham County jail under a $300,000 bond and a second man, Nariq Hendricks, 20, of Wiggins Street, was wanted in connection with 33 car break-ins during the month of July.

Police on Friday released a photo of a third man they believe might be involved and asked that anyone who recognizes him call the police department at 919-560-4415, ext. 29311 or Crime Stoppers at (919) 683-1200. 

Judd and Hendricks are charged with more than 40 offenses, including breaking and entering to motor vehicles, felony conspiracy to break and enter motor vehicles, larceny of a firearm, financial card theft, obtaining property by false pretense and larceny.

Police said most of the vehicles were unlocked, and items stolen included cash, glasses, computers, backpacks, credit and debit cards, purses and GPS units.