A fourth person allegedly involved in last week’s burglary attempt at a Cattlemen Road Best Buy store has been arrested in Miami.
Alexander Navarro, 36, was captured with the help of Miami police.
Navarro is one of four men caught on surveillance tape allegedly casing the Best Buy store Jan. 26.
The store manager called the sheriff’s office, which set up a sting inside the store.
Right around midnight Jan. 27, two men pried a door open and tried to steal some electronics. Deputies met them inside the store and arrested them.
A third man, who was serving as a lookout in a car, tried to drive away, but he was also captured. Navarro owns that car.
All four men live in South Florida and are suspects in a series of burglaries around the state.
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