Woman arrested in connection with burglaries - Tucson News Now

Woman arrested in connection with burglaries

(Source: Tucson Police Department) (Source: Tucson Police Department)
Bianca Martinez (Source: TPD) Bianca Martinez (Source: TPD)

Tucson Police say they have arrested one of four suspects they say are responsible for eight burglaries. Five of the burglaries happened on Tucson's southeast side.

Bianca Martinez, 20, was arrested Tuesday. Police say she was booked into Pima County Jail Pima County Jail for burglary and trafficking in stolen property.

Police say they know the identities of the other three suspects, but are withholding the information for investigative purposes.

Four of the incidents happened in the neighborhood near East Golf Links Road and South Pantano Road earlier in October. The fifth incident happened near East Golf Links and South Harrison Road towards the end of October.

The suspects took items from the burglaries to local pawn shops shortly after each incident. Surveillance images from the pawn shops are attached to this story.

One of the men involved in the pawning is described as Hispanic, 18 to 25 years old, 5'10" tall, about 170 pounds. He is seen wearing a blue jacket over a white shirt and a black baseball hat in one of the photographs.

Another of the men is described as Hispanic, 18 to 25, 5'10", approximately 150 pounds. He is seen wearing a black T-shirt and black baseball hat with dark sunglasses in one of the photographs.

The third man is described as Hispanic, 18 years old, 6'00", approximately 220 pounds. He is seen wearing a gray T-shirt in one of the photographs below.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME. 

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