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Two burglars caught – one more on the loose

By LeaAnne Klentzman 

As many as five commercial burglaries across two counties may be cleared.

Sheriff’s deputies have arrested two people in connection with a rash of commercial burglaries in the north east quadrant of Fort Bend County, but are still looking for a third.

According to Sheriff’s spokesman Bob Haenel, Dominique Moore, 24, and his girlfriend Priscilla Perez, 22, both of Houston, were arrested after they were found in the proximity of several alarm calls. Haenel said on May 6, Fort Bend sheriff’s deputies responded to multiple business alarms at a shopping center in the 8400 block of FM 1464 near the Mission Oaks subdivision.

While responding to the call, deputies found Perez sitting in a vehicle across the street from the strip center, while she waited, Moore came walking up. They were detained, however a third suspect did not ever return to the getaway vehicle.

Inside that vehicle deputies discovered a television that neither suspect could explain. As the investigation unfolded, deputies learned that Gloryland Daycare and Taqueria Azteca had been burglarized. They too, are in that same shopping center. These three suspects have also been tied to at least two burglaries cases in neighboring Harris County.

It is that third suspect detectives need help in finding. He has only been identified as “White Boy D.” Haenel said his name is possibly Derrick. He remains at large.

Anyone who has information on “White Boy D” is asked to call Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at 281-342-TIPS (8477) or Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch at 281-341-4665.

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