Posted: Jun 22, 2012 10:56 AM
TUCSON - One of the three suspects wanted in connection with a large burglary ring busted by Pima County Sheriff's Department has turned herself in, and is no longer considered a suspect.
Yesterday, Pima County Sheriff's Department released information to the public about a major burglary ring that was allegedly responsible for stealing about $1 million worth of items since August, 2011.
Sheriff's detectives arrested 11 suspects in connection with the case, and identified three more who were wanted.
As a result of the information released yesterday, one of the suspects, Ramona Rios Molina, turned herself in to authorities, a PCSD news release states. The Sheriff's Burglary Unit interviewed Molina and she is no longer considered a suspect in the investigation.
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