Entering the home through the back door, they stole a set of keys and the younger boy opened the garage door for his accomplice.Parkinson allegedly then tried to use the keys to steal a 2001 Dodge Intrepid but the battery was dead.'We want everyone to be safe during the hurricane.And we will not tolerate thieves taking advantage of those evacuating their homes.

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A local utilities company near Orlando is reporting that a number of residents have made disturbing complaints that people posing as utility workers are robbing homeowners at gun point, according to WOFL-TV.

Earlier on Sunday, two groups of looters were caught on camera ransacking two separate sporting goods stores in hurricane-hit South Florida as one alleged looter was shot and at least 12 were arrested, local media reported.

The Miami Police Department released a photograph Sunday of ten detained men suspected of looting. Ask these guys how that turned out,' the police department tweeted. People took to Twitter to condemn the looters and branded them 'the worst kind of people'.

Meanwhile, Fort Lauderdale police announced the arrest of two alleged looters who broke into six homes overnight Saturday.

Shocking videos also emerged of gangs trying to break into stores and take advantage of deserted properties.

Police were called to the scene after witnesses reported a burglary at Academy Sports near the Mall at Millenia in Orlando, WESH reported.Both suspects have criminal histories, including burglary, grand theft and possession of marijuana.They face multiple charges including burglary of an occupied dwelling during a state of emergency, resisting arrest without violence and unarmed burglary of a residence. 'I have said over and over that we will not tolerate looting or price gouging,' said Sheriff Ken J. 'We have deputies actively patrolling the county, including our beach communities, to ensure the safety and security of your homes and businesses.A deputy opened fire and shot one suspect, 17, and arrested another, it was reported.The teenager was rushed to hospital with injuries that are considered non-life-threatening.At least 32 people have been arrested across Florida for trying to loot empty businesses and homes that have been evacuated in preparation for Hurricane Irma - 28 alone in Miami, according to local authorities.