Authorities arrest Sierra Vista burglary suspect - Tucson News Now

Authorities arrest Sierra Vista burglary suspect

Brian Scarbrough (Source: Sierra Vista Police Department) Brian Scarbrough (Source: Sierra Vista Police Department)
SIERRA VISTA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Sierra Vista police arrested a burglary suspect seen running from a damaged car.

Authorities said a man walked to his vehicle outside a Food City store around 5 p.m. Wednesday and saw someone run from his vehicle. The man noticed his back window and door were damaged and called 911, according to a news release.

He provided a description of the suspect, who was quickly located at Peter Piper Pizza and identified as 28-year-old Brian Scarbrough. Police later arrested and booked him into the Cochise County Jail on burglary and criminal damage charges.

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