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Four arrested in Enterprise for series of burglaries

Evidence (Source: Enterprise Police Dept.) Evidence (Source: Enterprise Police Dept.)
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Evidence (Source: Enterprise Police Dept.) Evidence (Source: Enterprise Police Dept.)
ENTERPRISE, AL (WSFA) -

Four people have been arrested in Enterprise after police say they were connected to a series of burglaries throughout the city.

According to a news release, 20-year-old Tykis Thamatra Wallace is charged with seven counts of burglary third, 20-year-old Britt Keishawn Phillip White is charged with two counts of burglary third and 19-year-old Johnny Mike Silas is charged with three counts of burglary third.  Also Shatae Casandra Silas is charged with receiving stolen property first degree.

The investigation division says on Monday a warrant was served in the 200 block of North Watson Street. A large amount of stolen property, valued in excess of $20,000, was recovered. Items stolen include firearms, TV's, jewelry, game consoles and coins.

All four suspects have been transported to the Coffee County jail for processing. The Enterprise Police Department asks that anyone with information regarding these crimes to contact the Enterprise Police Department at (334) 347-2222 or leave a tip.

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