Two Arrested in Connection to Stolen Trailer Full of Toys

UPDATE: 4-25-2017 at 12:11 p.m.

Authorities have arrested two brothers in connection with the trailer stolen from a North Miami home Sunday. 

Police arrested 30-year-old, Dudley Merus and brother, 25-year-old Endy Michael Menus, in Sunrise, around 2 a.m. Tuesday.

Owner of the trailer, Sylvia Domingues Vanni, says the thieves took off with $5,000 worth of donated toys for child cancer patients currently in the hospital. 


It's like Christmas in April... but with no reindeer... and with a "speed bump" in the road to present delivery. 

A stolen trailer filled with toys intended for kids with cancer at Nicklaus Children's Hospital in Miami has been found.  

The owner of the Mystic Force Foundation, Sylvia Domingues Vanni, says the trailer was taken from her North Miami home sometime between midnight and 6 a.m. Monday morning. Vanni says the trailer was filled with toys intended for child cancer patients at the hospital. 

Authorities recovered the trailer in Sunrise Monday night. Though the toys were missing from the vehicle, it was returned to its rightful owner. 

The owner of the trailer took to Facebook Tuesday morning to post an update: allegedly, police have searched a shed on the property where the trailer was found and a majority of the toys have been recovered. 

No word on any arrests made in the case. 

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