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Police: Tampa man burglarized six Clearwater homes

CLEARWATER — Police said they linked a man arrested Monday on burglary charges with several other recent break-ins.

Tyrone Tillman, 47, of 1715 St. John St. in Tampa, burglarized 129 Marina Del Ray Court on Monday, police said. He was in the house when police arrive and was arrested as he ran out a back door, police said.

Police found several flat screen TV's and 21.2 grams of cocaine in his 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix.

Police said they determined Tillman committed six Clearwater burglaries between Friday and Monday at 67 Winward Isle; 1655 Lee Road; 1451 S. Gulf Blvd, Units 111 & 112; 161 Brightwater Drive, Unit #8; and 129 Marina Del Ray Ct.

He faces charges of cocaine possession, possessing burglary tools and six counts each of burglary and grand theft.

Police said the investigation continues.

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