Alert Firemen Aid Capture4 Burglary Suspects HeldThe alertness of I wo countv firemen led to Hk* arrest ol four Mexican juveniles Monday just minutes after they allegedly broke into a Newbury Park home and took an estimated $300 in property, sheriff's deputies reported The property, along with a new van that was reportedly stolen in Los Angeles Sunday, was recovered with the arrests.Detained at the Hast Valley Sheriff s Station in Thousand Oaks on suspicion of burglary and grand theft auto were the four male Juveniles, aged 15 and 17. of Tijuana and Ensenada. Baja California Firemen Elliot Handy and Neil Finzelberg, both stationed at County Fire Station 35 in Newbury Ptujt, told deputiesthey were driving by a house about noon when they saw the four youths, one carrying a rifle, run from the house and enter a van parked nearby As the van drove off. the firemen immediately radioed the sheriffs station and gave deputies the license number Minutes later Sgt Roy Miley and detective Kenny Warren spotted the van and 'stopped It on the Ventura Freeway near Venlu-Park Road and took the quartet Into custody without incident.An investigation later revealed the juveniles allegedly smashed out a window of the house of Mr and Mrs Louis Germain of 610 Wendy Drive, and took a rifle, pellet pistol, jewelry, andsilverware, according to deput tes The van was found to have been stolen Sunday from a family in Los Angeles, deputies saidIn two burglaries in Oxnard, thieves broke into two homes and escaped with an estimated total of $2,700 in property, according to police Police said burglars forced open a window of the home of Albert J Misevic of 146S. H St . and took a rifle, shotgun, a television set. a camera, and jewelry, all valued at $1,500 John Bel bust i of 660 Deodar St . told police thieves entered his house through a rear sliding glass door and took a camera and jewelry, all valued at SI ,200 .