2 men arrested accused of stealing 75+ cases of beer - Tucson News Now

2 men arrested accused of stealing 75+ cases of beer

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson Police have arrested two men that they say are responsible for shoplifting dozens of cases of beer.

Raymond Monday, 29, and Robert Bowman, 35, were arrested yesterday around 8:15 p.m. Police say they pulled them over, after noticing they were driving in an alley without headlights near the Circle K at Speedway and Swan.

Police determined the two had just shoplifted four 30-packs of beer. After further investigation, authorities believe the two are also responsible for between 75-100 beer thefts in the past year.

Police say they stole the beer and sold it at a discounted price.

They have been booked into the Pima County Jail. Police are asking that any retailer that recognizes either of the suspects from previous shoplifting incidents, call the detective on this case at: (520) 837-7431.

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