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Man convicted for midtown burglary, stealing women's underwear

Hector Manuel Guerrero, Sr. (Source: Pima County Attorney's Office) Hector Manuel Guerrero, Sr. (Source: Pima County Attorney's Office)
PIMA COUNTY, AZ ( Tucson News Now) -

A Pima County man has been convicted of burglary after he broke into a midtown home and tried to steal jewelry and a pair of women's underwear.

Hector Manuel Guerrero, Sr. was found guilty of burglary in the second degree on Wednesday, Sept. 14.

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According to a news release from the Pima County Attorney's Office, Guerrero broke into the home by throwing a brick through the kitchen window. 

The victim was home at the time, and called 911 while hiding in a shed on his property. 

Guerrero then took a pillowcase from the home and filled it with jewelry and a pair of women's underwear, before trying to leave out the backdoor. 

Officers with the Tucson Police Department arrived just as he was leaving the home - pillowcase in hand. 

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