4 Arrested In Siloam Harps Burglary

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Police have arrested four suspects in a Siloam Springs grocery store burglary from last week in which thousands of dollars in case and surveillance equipment were stolen from the location.

Siloam Springs police have arrested Shawn Bolton, 32, Cherie Bolton, 28, and Brady Soucie, 19, on suspicion of burglary and theft. The suspects were arrested after police executed a search warrant on the Bolton’s home and recovered about $22,000, according to the Siloam Springs Police Department.

Preston Baxter, 21, was also arrested in connection with the case.

The Harps Food Store on U.S. Highway 412 was broken into early last Friday. Employees did not notice anything was wrong until they showed up to the store and found $23,000 in cash and $10,000 in video surveillance equipment missing, police said.

Police said Shawn Bolton was an employee at the store and likely provided keys and electronic access codes to the other suspects. All suspects had been living at the Bolton home prior to the theft.

The suspects have been transported to the Benton County Jail, where they remain while awaiting bond hearings.

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