Suspect Arrested In Overnight Business Break-Ins
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SOUTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A suspect has been arrested in connection with a cell phone store break-in in South Sacramento overnight.
Someone smashed in the front door and window of an AT&T store on Meadowview Road and Freeport Boulevard overnight, but the manager says nothing was taken.
A Metro PCS store nearby was also hit.
And there was an attempted break-in at a store in Natomas.
Police believe the suspect could be connected to the Metro PCS break-in, but they are still investigating whether or not the Natomas incident is connected.
Police didn’t say what was stolen from the Metro PCS store.