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Arrest Made on Three Business Break-ins

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 On Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at 1:35AM, officers responded to the 505 Club, 505 N. Broadway in reference to the report of someone breaking into the business. Officers searched the building and located a male, identified as Bruce L. Coleman, who was in possession of burgalry tools and stolen liquor.

During the course of the investigation, evidence was gathered that links Bruce Coleman to other recent criminal activity occurring in the downtown district during the early morning hours of December 26th, including a business burglary at the Paradise Mall, 105 S. Broadway and the Unlawful Entering and Criminal Damage of property at Glass Deport, 104 E. 1st Street.

Bruce L. Coleman, age 42 of Pittsburg was arrested and booked into the Crawford County Jail for Aggravated Burgalry, Burglary, Felony Criminal Damage, Misdemenor Criminal Damage, Criminal Trespass and Theft. His bond was set at $31,000.00.

The investigations are ongoing at this time. Anyone who has information related to these incidents is urged to contact the Pittsburg Police Department's Investigative Tip Line at (620)-231-TIPS (8477) or (620)-231-1700. Callers may remain anonymous.

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