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Tips lead to Long Beach burglary arrest, one suspect still at large

Bryan Keith Payne (Photo source: Long Beach Police Department) Bryan Keith Payne (Photo source: Long Beach Police Department)
Anthony James Turner (Photo source: Long Beach Police Department) Anthony James Turner (Photo source: Long Beach Police Department)
LONG BEACH, MS (WLOX) -

Tips from the public have helped Long Beach police track down one burglary suspect and identify another. Police Chief Wayne McDowell said police are still looking for one man who broke into the recreation room at an apartment complex last month.

Bryan Keith Payne, 36, was arrested Wednesday and charged with burglary of a commercial building. McDowell said another suspect in the case, Anthony James Turner, 30, is still on the run.

McDowell said the pair was caught on camera breaking into the rec room at Arbor Station Apartments on Sunday, Sept. 27.  Lt. Patrick Craig said the men got away with two 50” flat screen TVs.

McDowell said Payne is being held at the Harrison County Jail on a $50,000 bond.

The Long Beach Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for Turner, and police are asking for your help finding him.

If you know where to find Turner, please contact Long Beach police at 228-865-1981.

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