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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Smashed, grabbed, nabbed

Posted By on Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 1:06 PM

Good video at this Channel 4 link to a smash-and-grab burglary of a WLR video store in which a plasma TV was among the items stolen. Good news: Arrest made.

Read on for a note from LRPD's Terry Hastings:

Several have inquired about the burglary at Wired on Bowman yesterday morning. We arrested Edwin Cook B/M 2-25-1968, 1626 Brown Street for the burglary. He is also the suspect in the Radio Shack burglary over the weekend and the Texas Road House Steak House from earlier in the week. We arrested the suspects in the Game Exchange Burglaries because we had them under surveillance.
We have some advice for our burglars. The business or home you may decide to burglarize may be under surveillance by LRPD officers. If you don’t believe us, ask the guys who broke into these businesses over the weekend. They can be contacted at the county jail.

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