Burglary Suspects At Large - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/14/05

Burglary Suspects At Large

Thieves hit four restaurants within feet of each other Thursday morning and police need your help catching the culprits.

Apollo, Mi Tierra and Uncle Chiens on 34th Street were burglarized just before 2:30am Thursday. In each case, the suspect broke through the store-front and then broke into the cash register. Police believe these burglaries are connected and say they could be tied to other burglaries earlier this month.

There were two other burglaries overnight as well, one at Gary's Service Center also off of 34th Street and the other at Daybreak Coffee on 19th Street. Police do not believe they are connected to the restaurant burglaries, but they aren't ruling out the possibility.

If you have any information in any of these cases, you are urged to call CrimeLine, the number is (806) 741-1000.

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