Burglary suspects apprehended - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/14/10

Burglary suspects apprehended

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Texas Tech football quarterback Taylor Potts was not home at the time but police say his home was burglarized.

Potts' television was stolen, but not for long. The good news is police were able to quickly recover the tv. That's because duplex maintenance manager Dusty Hart was there to help police find the suspects before they got too far away.

"And I had a great crew today that caught them. The cops worked with us. It took eight guys but we finally got them, ran them into a house and they took them away in a police car. We caught them red handed stealing stuff," said Hart.

One of the suspected burglars is 16 years old and police say the other suspect is 18-year-old Christopher York.

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