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Police: 2 arrests likely solve 100 car burglaries

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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Two arrests in Huntsville may solve up to 100 car break-ins.

Huntsville Police arrested 27-year-old James Bowman and a 15-year-old juvenile. They're being charged with several car burglaries.

Police said the two were targeting unlocked cars for thefts in different areas of the city including Hobbs Road, Hampton Cove, and Taylor Road.

Some property has been recovered, and burglary victims are asked to contact the South Precinct at 256-213-4500 to talk with investigators.

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