Police Investigate Four Overnight Burglaries
Monday, October 15th 2007, 7:33 am
By: News On 6
A series of burglaries keep Tulsa police busy overnight.
Officers were called to The Bistro restaurant at 101st and Yale around 1 a.m. Monday. Someone had thrown a rock through the front door. Police are not sure if anyone really went inside the building, but they are checking to see if anything was taken.
Officers also responded to a break-in at Guadalajara, a car audio business at 8936 East Admiral. The owners went to check out an alarm call and discovered someone was inside. They called police. When officers arrived, they surrounded the building trapping the suspect. He was arrested.
The owners of a Bill and Ruth's also called police when their alarm went off. Someone smashed in the front glass door. It happened shortly after 2 a.m. Monday at 15th and Lewis. Police say it doesn't appear anything was taken.
And just before 4 a.m. Monday Tulsa police were called to the Staples located at 10300 E. 71st Street. When they arrived, they found a rolling door on the loading dock had been pried open. It is not known if the suspect actually got into the store, police think the loud alarm may have scared them off. Police are waiting to hear from the storeâ€™s managers to see if anything was stolen.
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