UPDATED: Deputies arrest one of two burglary suspects - Tucson News Now

UPDATED: Deputies arrest one of two burglary suspects

David Aaron Mosseri and Donnie Wyatt Burt (Source: PCSD) David Aaron Mosseri and Donnie Wyatt Burt (Source: PCSD)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Pima County sheriff's deputies were able to identify burglary suspects, and have arrested one of them following a tip from a viewer.

According to deputies, a burglary suspect cut a hole through a wall to break into a store. It happened on August 30. The owner of the Super H on Ruthrauff Road called deputies after she found her store ransacked. Deputies found a hole cut through the bathroom in the back of the store.

The suspect stole various things, including lottery tickets, which deputies were able to track. The suspects then tried to cash the tickets at various locations.

After releasing the surveillance photos, several tips came in about the suspect's identities. Donnie Wyatt Burt, 43, and David Aaron Mosseri, 29, are believed to be the suspects in the surveillance pictures.

Deputy Tom Peine tells Tucson News Now, Burt was located and arrested Friday night, following a tip from a viewer.

Anyone with information on Mosseri's whereabouts is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME. 

Deputies say the investigation continues and additional arrests are pending.

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