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2 men facing multiple charges in connection to burglary investigations

SCOTT CITY, MO (KFVS) -

Two men are facing charges in connection to burglary investigations.

Larry Tanner, of Scott City, Missouri, was charged with possession of stolen property. His bond was set at $25,000 cash or surety.

Charles F. Depauw, of Cape Girardeau, Mo., was charged with first degree attempted burglary, two counts of property damage, receiving stolen property, first degree burglary, first degree tampering with a motor vehicle, third degree assault and second degree burglary. His bond was set at $50,000 cash or surety.

On April 5 officers with the Scott City Police Department responded to the 800 block of Fifth Street East for a report of a suspicious vehicle at a vacant home.

When officers arrived on scene, they say they found the truck next to the home. They tried to talk to the truck's owner, when police say they saw someone run from the home.

Police entered the home and found a second suspect hiding inside. He was taken into custody.

While on scene, police say they were dispatched to another burglary in progress in the 600 block of East Chestnut Street.

When police arrived, they say a witness identified the person they say tried to break into the home, but when confronted, that suspect ran.

Police searched the area, but couldn't find him.

They received another call saying someone was hiding in a pool near a home in the 700 block of 7th Street East.

Officers arrived on scene and took the suspect into custody.

According to police, after searching the home on Fifth Street, they found a large change dispenser that contained a large amount of change and cash.

Police say they learned the machine was stolen from a laundromat in Jackson, Mo.

They say several other stolen items were recovered from the truck that was parked near the vacant home.

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