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Troy, Mo. teen accused of burglarizing relative’s home

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Charles Reef is accused of breaking into a relative's home and stealing a ring, guns, TV, car and computers. He allegedly sold the ring to a pawn shop. Credit: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office Charles Reef is accused of breaking into a relative's home and stealing a ring, guns, TV, car and computers. He allegedly sold the ring to a pawn shop. Credit: Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
TROY, Mo. (KMOV.com) -

A teen from Troy, Mo. is accused of burglarizing a relative’s home and selling an item he stole to a pawn shop.

Charles Reef is charged with first degree burglary, stealing, two counts of theft of a firearm and tampering with a motor vehicle.

Police believe he broke into a relative’s home in Lincoln County and stole the victim’s Chevy Malibu, laptop, TV, samurai sword and several guns. Reef also allegedly stole a key ring that had a men’s wedding ring attached.

Reef allegedly sold the ring to a pawn shop on Natural Bridge in St. Louis. Police later arrested Reef in Jennings and recovered the Malibu. 

Reef is being held in the Lincoln County Jail on a $25,000 cash-only bond.

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