A man and two teenagers are accused in a string of Tishomingo car burglaries last week.
Twenty-year-old Cory Armstrong is facing burglary, shoplifting and vandalism charges after a crime spree Friday night.
Police say Armstrong and two 16-year-olds stole stereos, speakers and amps from at least five cars on north Bird Street, and then slashed the tires.
After talking with other officers, they were able to link him to a shoplifting case at E-Z Mart. The clerk says he came in, stole a 30-pack of beer, and then took off.
The other two suspects have been turned over to the officer of juvenile affairs.
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