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Police arrest suspect sought for 8 Tucson home robberies, look for 2 more

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Pablo Cecena Pablo Cecena
TUCSON, Ariz. -

Police are looking for two more suspects involved in eight different home burglaries in Tucson throughout October.

Tucson police say 20-year old Bianca Martinez, 21-year-old Pablo Cecena and two other men robbed eight homes in October.

After each burglary, the suspects would take stolen items to pawn stores to get cash.

Officers were able to use video surveillance images from pawn stores to put together descriptions of the four suspects.

Detectives were able to identify and arrest Martinez on Nov. 6. She was booked into jail for one count of 2nd degree burglary and two counts of trafficking in stolen property.

Police say they were told Cecena returned to his home in the 7700 Block of East Golf Links Road on Nov. 25. They found him there and immediately took him into custody.

Detectives found out Cecena was wanted for multiple crimes; he was charged with a total of 29 felonies.

Officers are still working on finding the remaining two suspects. They are described as 18 to 25-year-old Hispanic males, 5'10"-6'0" tall, weighing between 170-220 pounds.

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