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Hoyt home burglary leads to arrest

(KAIR)--A Topeka man is jailed in Jackson County, arrested in connection with this week’s burglary of a home in Hoyt.

According to a release from Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, 29-year-old Cory Pruyser was taken into custody for burglary, theft, and criminal damage to property following the reported burglary late Tuesday morning.

Morse, in the release, says his office was called to 110 W. 1st Street, in Hoyt, around 10:30 Tuesday morning. When they arrived, deputies found that a window at the residence had been broken, with the homeowner reporting that a 65 inch flat screen T.V., a Play Station 4, and an electric sander had been taken.

An investigation involving the Sheriff’s Office, the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office, and the Kansas Highway Patrol led investigators to Topeka where Pruyser, and the stolen items, were located.


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