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Suspects in string of Pueblo burglaries, including two at city council president’s business, arrested

Graham's Grill/PPD

PUEBLO, Colo. (KRDO) -- Police have arrested two men in connection to a string of recent burglaries, including one at a restaurant owned by the Pueblo city council president.

The Pueblo Police Department said on Friday, Sept. 16., officers served a search warrant in the 2600 block of S. Prairie Ave.

PPD said detectives had gathered information that the suspects were involved in several burglaries and were at that location with stolen items.

According to police, 40-year-old Casey Green was arrested at the scene. Anthony Deckert, 24, attempted to escape, but PPD said he was quickly captured.

During the search, police also arrested a third male who had warrants.

At the residence, detectives found an ATM hidden in a shed, several bottles of liquor, and numerous cigarette packages.

Police say the two were involved in several burglaries committed at Big Bear Wine and Liquor, Graham's Grill - owned by Pueblo City Council President Heather Graham, Elmwood Golf Course, Alta Convenience, and the Riverside Bar and Grill.

Green and Deckert both were arrested on charges of Burglary and Theft.

13 Investigates first reported on Sept. 8, the burglary at Graham's Grill. This was the second time in four days the restaurant had been targeted. Below is surveillance footage shared with 13 Investigates of the second burglary.

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