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Surveillance video shows Sonoma County burglar
SONOMA COUNTY (KGO) -- The burglar behind a string of commercial break-ins in Sonoma County has been caught, but only on tape.
Surveillance video from September 6 shows him breaking into Bills Market on Highway 116 in Graton. Detectives say the man first disabled the alarm, then once inside, he used a power tool to cut into a box below the register.
He's described as a black man in his 30s or 40s, about six feet tall, wearing a white baseball cap, dark grey sweatshirt, and blue jeans.
The same man is suspected in at least two other commercial burglaries in northern Sonoma County.
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