FALL RIVER — A New Bedford woman implicated in daytime Fall River housebreak remains at large, while her two alleged accomplices are now behind bars. Fall River Police issued a warrant today for 30-year-old Jenna Bean of New Bedford, who failed to appear in court Friday on multiple charges, department spokesman Detective John Robinson told WBSM News.

According to Fall River Police, on Thursday morning, a man and woman kicked in the door of a Division Street home and took off when they found the residents, a 58-year-old man, and his 28-year-old son, were still at home. The suspects allegedly drove away in a Fo-150 pickup truck, which was later pulled over for speeding on Mount Hope Avenue. Police allege ammunition was found on the floor of the vehicle behind the driver's seat, and that bean was behind the wheel.

Bean is charged with felony daytime breaking and entering, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, vandalizing property and possessing ammunition without an FID card.

Two other suspects in the incident are Felix Alexander Cortes, 32, and Carlos Ivan Soria, 31, both of Fall River. The two were transported to Bristol County House of Correction after their arraignments on Friday, according to a Fall River District Court official. Soria was ordered held on $5,000 cash bail, and Cortes was held on $10,000. Each is charged with felony daytime breaking and entering, vandalizing property and possessing ammunition without an FID card. Both men are expected back in court in December.