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LAWRENCE COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

Authorities arrested three men in connection with two business burglaries in Lawrence County.

The burglaries happened at MK Materials on County Road 43 in Mount Hope and Rogers Group on County Road 7 in Landersville. Authorities said thousands of dollars worth of property were taken, including tools and copper.

Investigators said surveillance footage at the businesses aided in identifying the suspects.

Randy Lynn Dutton, Jason Grissom, and a 17-year-old man were arrested at a residence on County Road 116 in Landersville not long after the break-ins.  According to the sheriff's office, a fourth man, Jeff Glenn Cornelius, ran from the residence when authorities arrived and is also wanted in connection with the burglaries.

Deputies were able to recover most of the stolen property .

Dutton and Grissom are currently being held in the Lawrence County Jail.

Anyone with information on Conrelius' whereabouts are asked to contact the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office at 256-974-9291.

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