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Sioux Falls Man Arrested for Burglary, Could Be Tied to 30 More

A Sioux Falls man is in custody and charged in a weekend business break-in, but police believe he may be responsible for numerous other burglaries in the past few months.

51-year old Richard Kyles is sitting in a jail cell on burglary charges stemming from a Friday night break in at Zoup at 41st & Kiwanis, but police believe Kyles is responsible for as many as 30 other break-ins dating back to October 2013.

Information Officer Sam Clemens says Kyles was stopped near 26th & Louise Friday night. Police found a filed down tire iron which they believe was used not only in the Zoup burglary, but 30 burglaries along 41st Street, Minnesota Avenue and Louise Avenue in Sioux Falls.

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Kyles has only been charged in the Zoup break in so far and possession of a controlled substance when police found 29 baggies with cocaine residue in his residence.

Cash was stolen from a number of Sioux Falls businesses during break ins from October 2013 through last Friday. Other burglaries that Kyles may be connected to include a number of restaurants: Inca, Golden Bowl, Subway, Red Rossa, Fuji and Guadalajara. Plus Fringe Salon, Science Nutrition, Eyemart, Complete Fitness and LA Nails. Some locations have reported multiple burglaries.

Gene Hetland, KSOO-AM, contributed to this report.

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