A man accused of breaking into at least five Asian restaurants in North Carolina since the start of this year has been arrested and charged this week.
The allegations: Raymond Michael Cobb, 58, is allegedly one of several suspects who broke into 22 Asian restaurants across central and eastern North Carolina, according to CBS 17.
- The break-ins, which began in January, occurred in Fayetteville, Angier, Chadbourn, Elizabethtown, Fuquay-Varina, Gastonia, Jacksonville, Lillington, Onslow and Sanford.
- The latest incidents in Fayetteville reportedly took place at two restaurants along Cliffdale Road and Ramsey Street on Sept. 17.
The charges: Cobb was charged with five counts of breaking and entering of a building, three counts of larceny after breaking and entering, three counts of possession of stolen goods and two counts of conspiracy, according to the Fayetteville Police Department.
- Cobb, who lives in Raleigh, was also reported to have outstanding warrants elsewhere across the state for similar crimes.
- He also faces charges in Virginia after being arrested in the state in September for breaking into a restaurant.
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