REDLANDS (AP) — Police say two women are under arrest after several months of thefts of flowers and other mementos left on graves at a Southern California cemetery.

Redlands police said in a statement Tuesday that the women’s vehicle was pulled over a few blocks from Hillside Memorial Park on Monday night, and inside they found wind chimes, decorative metal art and a child’s pink purse that had been taken from a gravesite minutes earlier.

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Police say 26-year-old Esha Sumaya Khondoker, of Redlands, and 22-year-old Kulreet Nakai, of Rancho Cucamonga, were arrested.

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Police say the suspects admitted taking items from graves at the cemetery for several months, and searches of their homes turned up additional items.

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