Police arrested a man they believe is connected to a series of robberies and burglaries in Tulsa over the past month.
Officers arrested Keaston Davis, 27, Wednesday afternoon. Police also arrested a 16-year-old female in the investigation.
Police said Keaston broke into three Tulsa cell phone stores on August 25. Officers said he took phones, tablets, headphones and speakers.
Officers said Keaston and the juvenile robbed a Subway restaurant on Garnett Road and a Taco Bueno on East 21st Street on September 19.
Police said Keaston was also involved in a burglary of the Vintage Stock store on South Memorial on September 17.
In Keaston's arrest report, police said witnesses as well as a search of two homes helped detectives link the pair to the robberies.
Police booked Keaston Davis into the Tulsa County jail on multiple complaints of robbery with a firearm and burglary. Jail records show he is being held on a $450,000 bond with a court appearance set for September 30.
The 16-year-old is also being held at the Tulsa County jail.