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Two men have been arrested for a series of business burglaries, and may be responsible for as many as twenty more, according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.
On July 28 around 4 a.m., undercover detectives with CMPD who were working an operation to combat commercial break-in cases say they saw two men breaking into the Laid Back Jack's sweepstakes parlor on Tyvola Road.
Those two men, Robert Antonio Tyson, 32, and Demarcus Moore, 26, were taken into custody without incident, police say.
During the investigation, detectives found that the duo was responsible for four other break-ins across the area. The Four Leaf Clover Sweepstakes on Rozzelles Ferry Road, the North Tryon Business Center and the County Line Sweepstakes, both on North Tryon Street, and the Pots of Gold Sweepstakes on Alleghany Drive were all broken into by the suspects, according to CMPD.
Property stolen from several of the locations was found at Tyson's home, an additional residence, and a vehicle, police say.
WBTV has learned that detectives are also working to determine whether the suspects are involved in as many as twenty other breaking and entering cases similar in nature.
Robert Tyson has been charged with four counts of breaking and entering with force and four counts of felony larceny.
Demarcus Moore has been charged with three counts each of breaking and entering with force and felony larceny.
Anyone with additional information about these incidents or the suspects is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 704-334-1600.