Beer theft suspect targeted many Circle K stores, TPD says - Tucson News Now

Beer theft suspect targeted many Circle K stores, TPD says

Matthew Powers (Source: TPD) Matthew Powers (Source: TPD)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Tucson Police arrested a suspect in possible connection with several beer skips at various Circle K stores throughout Tucson.

TPD Sgt. Brandon Tatum said the public’s tips into 88-CRIME helped officers identify 25-year-old Matthew Powers as a suspect and a South Tucson Police officer located and arrested him on June 28.

Authorities booked Powers into the Pima County Jail on 20 counts of shoplifting and is suspected of being involved in other incidents. Felony charges are pending.

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