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Police arrest burglary suspect, may be connected to 30 more

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Sioux Falls police think they've caught a serial burglar.

Richard Kyles, 51, was arrested Friday night, in connection with a burglary at Zoup Restaurant at 41st Street and Kiwanis Avenue.

Kyles is a suspect in 30 different burglaries over the past several months. Many of them took place on Minnesota Avenue, 41st Street and Louise Avenue.  Police in all of the cases, cash was stolen from the businesses.  So far, he's only been charged with Friday's burglary.

Kyles was stopped by police near 26th and Louise Avenue. In his car, police found a tire iron that had been filed down.  They believe he used that in several of the burglaries.

Kyles was also charged with possession/maintaining a controlled substance.  When police searched his home, they found 29 bags with cocaine residue.  

See the full list below of alleged incidents Richard Kyles could be connected to: 

2 10/11 Inca Mexican Resturant 3312 S. Holly Ave

3 10/14 Camilles Sidewalk Café 1214 W. 41st St

4 10/18 Golden Bowl Chinese 2600 S. Spring Ave

5 10/25 Halloween Boutique 2001 W. 41st St

6 10/25 Guadalajara Resturant 5309 W. 41st St

7 10/28 Eyemart 3501 W. 41st St

8 10/25 Pizza Man 807 S. Marion Rd

9 10/26 vacant office 5216 W. 26th St

10 10/28 Family Eye Care Center 5118 W. 26th St

11 10/26 Complete Fitness 915 S. Marion Rd

12 11/20 Red Rossa Napoli Pizza 3412 S. Western Ave

13 12/3 Red Rossa Napoli Pizza 3412 S. Western Ave

14 12/3 Subway 809 S. Minnesota Ave

15 12/20 Resale Living 3126 S. Minnesota Ave

16 12/26 Fringe Salon 2123 S. Minnesota Ave

17 12/20 Fringe Salon 2123 S. Minnesota Ave

18 12/31 Classic Cleaners 3803 S. Western Ave

19 1/2 Fuji Sushi and Hibachi 2801 W 41st St

20 1/4 Science Nutrition 5109 S. Louise Ave

21 1/8 Science Nutrition 5109 S. Louise Ave

22 1/9 Breadsmith 609 W. 33rd St

23 1/9 Classic Cleaners 3803 S. Western Ave

24 1/17 Golden Bowl Chinese 2600 S. Spring Ave

25 1/16 LA Nails 2606 S. Louise Ave

26 1/24 Cosmo Pros 3801 W. 34th St

27 1/25 LA Nails 2606 S. Louise Ave

28 1/24 Zoup 2802 W. 41st St

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