Police Arrest Four Men Suspected Of Multiple Car Burglaries - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/12/05

Police Arrest Four Men Suspected Of Multiple Car Burglaries

Four men are in police custody this morning following an overnight car burglary. Authorities believe they are responsible for shooting out numerous vehicles and burglarizing them in the Overton Area.

Authorities tell us they have been after these guys for several weeks. Early this morning one victim caught them red handed. Just after 1 a.m. he was inside a bar at 2500 Main Street when he heard a loud crash. That's when he walked outside to find four men stealing items from his Mustang. The suspects tried to escape but the man followed them in his car to a nearby residence. Moments later police arrived and arrested the four suspects. Right now police are questioning the men.

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