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Two Natchitoches men arrested for burglary

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Antonio V. Jones Antonio V. Jones
Bruce D. Lowe Bruce D. Lowe

NATCHITOCHES, La. (KALB News Channel 5) - Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's detectives have arrested two men in connection with a business burglary in Natchitoches area according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor Jones, Jr.

On Friday January 17th, at approximately 4:00pm, deputies responded to a report of several  vehicles burglarized at Tony's Body Shop, in the 2100 block of La. Hwy 6-East in Natchitoches. 

While talking to employees of the business, deputies learned that forced entry had been gained through a locked gate.

Deputies also determined that six vehicles inside the body shop yard had been burglarized.

Taken in the burglaries were electronic equipment, clothing items, and compact discs.

During the investigation, detectives processed the crime scene, and reviewed business surveillance video that led to "persons of interest" in the case, according to Chief Investigator Greg Dunn.

On January 21, & 22, detectives interviewed both individuals at the NPSO Criminal Investigations Division.

Based on video evidence and suspect interviews, detectives established probable cause to arrest the following two men:

Bruce D. Lowe, 25 of the 100 block of Beverly Rise Street, Natchitoches, La., booked into the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center charged with 1-count of Unauthorized Entry of a Place of Business,  2-counts of Simple Criminal Damage to Property, and 2-counts of Simple Burglary.

Lowe has been released on bond set by a Tenth Judicial District Court Judge.

Antonio V.  Jones, 23 of the 2000 block of Hwy 6-East, Natchitoches, La., booked into the Natchitoches Parish  Detention Center charged with 1-count of Unauthorized Entry of a Place of Business, 6-counts of Simple Criminal Damage to Property, and 6-counts of Simple Burglary.

Jones remains in the Natchitoches Detention Center awaiting bond.

Detectives say one of the suspects admitted to the burglaries.

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