Five teens face charges in break-in

Many of stolen items were returned
Aug. 02, 2013 @ 11:04 AM

Five teenagers were charged in connection to a theft on Cub Drive in Thomasville. Many of the stolen items were recovered.

According to the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, the victim said he had returned home at 1:30 a.m. July 29, after being gone for less than two hours, and found that his home had been broken into.

Items missing included a safe with a total value of more than $8,000.

Detectives with the Davidson County Sheriff's Office developed leads early on in the investigation and with the assistance of the Thomasville Police Department a majority of the stolen property was recovered.

In connection to the investigation the following people were charged:

• Evan Andrew Ayers, 18, of 326 Griclar St. of High Point

• Autumn Cheyenne Pyrah, 16, of 326 Griclar St., High Point.

• Austin Trent Swaim, 16, of 121 Maple Leaf Trail, Winston-Salem.

• Austin Douglas McMasters, 16, of 192 Hasty School Road of Thomasville.

• An unnamed 15-year-old juvenile.

Ayers was charged with felony second degree burglary (forced), felony larceny of a firearm and two counts of felony safecracking. He received a $200,000 secured bond.

Pyrah was charged with felony second degree burglary (forced), felony larceny of a firearm and two counts of felony safecracking. She received a $100,000 secured bond.

Swaim was charged with felony second degree burglary (forced), felony larceny of a firearm and two counts of felony safecracking. He received $100,000 secured bond.

McMasters was charged with felony second degree burglary (forced), felony larceny of a firearm and two counts of felony safecracking.  He received a  $100,000 secured bond.

According to the press release, all subjects are being held in the Davidson County Detention Facility. Their court date is set for Monday, Aug. 26,  in Lexington District Court.