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With the help of K9 officer and Zuzo, Seekonk Police make arrest in gas station break-in



Photo courtesy of Seekonk Police

The Seekonk Police Department arrested a suspect this morning in a gas station break-in.

According to Seekonk Police, at approximately 2:00 a.m., a patrol officer doing regular patrols observed the Gulf station at 1035 Newman Avenue to be in darkness. Realizing this was not normal for this location, he stopped to investigate. The officer then observed the business had been broken into. He called for backup and with the assistance of K9 Sergeant Fundakowski and Zuzo, they tracked and located a suspect a short distance away.

Police say that the suspect was apprehended with several items taken from the break-in his possession.

The suspect was identified as 34-year-old Gary Barbosa, of East Providence.

He was charged with Felony Breaking and Entering and several other related charges.

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