Police: Serial burglary suspects break into local Imo's Pizza shop

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by KMOV.com Staff

KMOV.com

Posted on September 19, 2013 at 11:52 AM

Updated Thursday, Sep 19 at 7:25 PM

(KMOV) – Two men accused of several burglaries around the St. Louis area again face charges after they allegedly broke into a Wentzville Imo’s at the end of August.

Jacob Sinclair and Paul Bruning were both charged with first-degree burglary.

According to court documents, Sinclair and Bruning were wearing masked when they burglarized an Imo’s in the 1790 block of Wentzville on Aug. 31.

Police said an eye witness provided police with a detailed description of their vehicle and officers later stopped them in Warrenton.

Authorities said an officer looked inside the vehicle, which is owned by Bruning, and saw a pry bar on the rear floorboard that matched the indentions found on the back door of the Imo’s.

The officer said he also saw money on the floor board and glove box, two knit hats and gloves.

They were both taken into custody.

 

According to police, Sinclair and Bruning are also accused of burglarizing eight businesses in Warren County and two in Lincoln County.

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