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* Aaron Scarborough and Justin Weiss arrested in connection to string of Bay Area burglaries

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Pinole police have arrested two men in connection with an alleged stolen property trafficking ring that involved multiple commercial, residential and vehicular burglaries in seven cities, police said.Pinole police served search warrants Wednesday at locations in Pinole, San Pablo and Richmond in connection with their investigation into burglaries committed in Pinole, Fairfield, Richmond, Albany, San Pablo, Vallejo and Oakland, Pinole police said.Investigators recovered property believed to have been taken during commercial burglaries, including construction tools, disc jockey electronic equipment, an audio sound board, air compressors, printers and concrete saws, police said. Police also arrested Justin Weiss, a 28-year-old Pinole resident, and Aaron Scarborough, a 35-year-old San Pablo resident, in connection with the burglaries. Both men have been booked into county jail in Martinez on suspicion of possession of stolen property, burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary and possession of burglary tools, police said.Anyone who believes that their personal property was among the items recovered is asked to contact Pinole police Sgt. Tim Cauwels at (510) 724-8950.

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