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Two men charged in North Liberty burglary

BY DI STAFF | NOVEMBER 02, 2011 7:20 AM

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Two Fort Dodge Correctional Facility residents are charged with third-degree burglary after they were implicated in an Oct. 26, 2009, burglary at Liberty Doors in North Liberty.

Christopher Rios, 19, and Lucas Pumfrey, 18, allegedly took part in the burglary, in which a glass door was smashed to gain entry. The burglars allegedly stole alcoholic beverages, pocket and hunting knives, an air rifle, and firearm ammunition.

The complaint said Pumfrey was implicated after the burglary vehicle was recovered, abandoned at a separate location. A handkerchief shown on the video surveillance tape from Liberty Doors was found in the vehicle, and a DNA profile developed from the handkerchief reportedly matched a swab taken from Pumfrey, reports said.

Rios was implicated by an individual present who didn't enter the building, according to complaints.

— by Matt Starns


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