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Victims track iPhones after theft; locate burglary suspect

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The victims were able to track the iPhones to the area of King Street and Market Street, where they saw the suspect carrying one of their book bags that was stolen during the burglary. The victims were able to track the iPhones to the area of King Street and Market Street, where they saw the suspect carrying one of their book bags that was stolen during the burglary.
CHARLESTON, SC -

Police arrested an Arcadian Park man around 11:30 a.m. Saturday after he burglarized a downtown Radcliffe Street apartment.

Timothy Andrew Patrick, 23, is charged with burglary 1st degree, simple possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance. Patrick, who is on probation for burglary 2nd degree, was being held in the Al Cannon Detention Center.

The victims woke up about 7 a.m. Saturday and noticed that someone had stolen several items, including two iPhones. They were able to track the iPhones to the area of King Street and Market Street, where they saw the suspect carrying one of their book bags that was stolen during the burglary.    

They immediately notified the police and the suspect was taken into custody near King and Market. The suspect was in possession of the stolen items from the Radcliffe Street apartment, along with three grams of marijuana and two grams of a prescription only narcotic.         

The investigation is ongoing.

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