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Courtesy Salt Lake City Police Department Suspect in series of Sugar House burglaries.
Have you seen the ‘Sugar House Business Burglar?’
First Published Mar 08 2013 01:31 pm • Last Updated Mar 11 2013 02:26 pm

Salt Lake City police say the so-called Sugar House business burglar has struck again, and they are asking for the public’s help in identifying him.

A white man in his 30s with a shaved or bald head is believed to have broken into at least nine businesses in southeastern Salt Lake City since September, the most recent burglary at a day spa earlier this month.

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Most of the burglar’s targets have been restaurants. He has carted off cash registers or small, portable electronics, including televisions, printers and stereos, police say.

He has been seen driving a red, four-door Ford Taurus with Utah centennial plates.

Anyone with information about the serial burglar is asked to call 801-799-3000. To stay anonymous, text TIPSLCPD plus the message to 274637. Reference: case #13-6416.


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