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Teen Arrested On Multiple Burglary Charges



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A 15-year-old former Roosevelt High School student was arrested on Thursday in connection to a string of robberies around Sioux Falls.

On Monday, football players at Roosevelt High School alerted a student resource officer that their wallets and cell phones were missing.  Surveillance video from Roosevelt High School showed somebody entering the school around the same time the property was reported missing .  The officer watching the footage noticed that the person on camera was a former Roosevelt student.

Police later pulled over a stolen car the teen was driving in a motel parking lot. Inside the car, officers discovered other stolen items as well as guns.

Authorities believe that the teen is connected to other burglaries in Sioux Falls.  He was arrested on 8 burglary charges.
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