Greytown teenagers caught after breaking into lolly store twice in three days

Buying a few lollies from the dairy clearly wasn't enough for one pair of Greytown teenagers.
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Buying a few lollies from the dairy clearly wasn't enough for one pair of Greytown teenagers.

Two teenagers' love of sugar has proved to be not so sweet for a Greytown lolly store. 

The teens, aged 14 and 15, were caught after twice breaking into Greytown's boutique Lolly Jar shop.

They took no cash, but came away with more than $500 worth of sweets.

The first break in, on April 14, netted the pair $182 worth of lollies. The second, two days later, cost the store $326.

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Remnants of the lollies were found in one of the teenager's bedrooms.

The pair have been referred to Wairarapa Youth Aid. 

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