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Two men arrested for suspected ties to burglaries
SIKESTON, Mo. — Two Sikeston men have been arrested after detectives with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety recovered stolen property from at least 10 burglaries that stretch back to late 2007, according to a news release from Sikeston police.
Sikeston police responded around 1:20 a.m. Tuesday to an alarm at "2 U Beauty and Fashion," where they found the business burglarized. Sikeston Detective Bobby Sullivan was able to identify one of the burglars in a surveillance tape.
A search warrant was obtained for the suspect's home, where detectives located some items from this recent burglary and other items from at least 10 other burglaries.