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Officials in Price Co. arrest one man in connection to recent burglaries
PRICE COUNTY - One man has been arrested in connection to recent burglaries in Price Co. according to a Facebook post by Phillips Police Chief Michael Hauschild.

The post made Saturday at 10:00 a.m. goes on to say the Phillips Police Department and Price Co. Sheriff's Department are still actively investigating reported burglaries.

On Monday, the Phillips Police Department released the photo of an individual they believe is responsible for at least one recent burglary in Price Co.

In a Facebook post, the department announced a recent string of burglaries in the City of Phillips. Shortly before 4:00 a.m. Monday, the alleged burglar was photographed by security system cameras outside a local business.

Police say storage sheds in Price Co. have also been burglarized along with a detached garage next to a home.

According to Hauschild, a burglary at the Harbor View bar & grill is still being investigated. Police are looking into several tips that were provided by citizens.

More updates will be provided as the investigation continues. 

Story By: Newswatch 12 Team


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