TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa police arrested a man suspected of six burglaries and counting.
Officers said James Robinson is believed to be connected to car burglaries that have happened since mid-March. The burglaries happened in hotel parking lots, a luxury apartment complex downtown and at the Gathering Place.
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Police pulled Robinson over for an expired tag on his car early Monday morning and soon realized he was a known burglary suspect.
Officers said they found stolen goods in his car that helped connect him to at least six burglaries. They anticipate more charges as they piece together all of their evidence.
Police also found burglary tools and three handguns from a nearby apartment.
Robinson was caught on camera at the Gathering Place stealing from cars. Officers are using that video to help connect him to the crimes. Representatives with the Gathering Place said they have extensive security in place to make sure people are safe and their property is protected, including the surveillance video that helped catch this suspect.
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