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  • 4 accused in home invasion burglary in Herkimer County

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  • TOWN OF NORWAY Four local young adults and teens have been accused in a home invasion burglary, state police in Herkimer said.
    At about 8:20 p.m. Wednesday, police were called to a residence on Ryan Road in the town of Norway, where two masked suspects entered the residence with what appeared to be firearms and confronted two people inside - one a male and one a 15-year-old girl, police said.
    The girl was forced to assist the suspects in loading several bags and boxes with cartons of cigarettes, U.S. currency and rolled coins. The two suspects then left the residence and were driven away by a third person, police said.
    The story the male inside the residence told police immediately became suspicious and it was quickly learned he was involved, police said.
    All four of the following suspects were charged with felony first-degree burglary and endangering the welfare of a child:
    Kasim Sakinovic, 18, state Route 365, Remsen. He also was charged with second-degree harassment disorderly conduct.
    Hajrudin Cvrk, 19, of Coolidge Road, Utica.
    Michael A. Litz, 20, of State Route 365, Remsen.
    Elvir Rosic, 17, of Mary Street, Utica.
    They were arraigned in Norway Town Court and were sent to the Herkimer County jail on $30,000 cash bail or $60,000 bail bond.
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