Anthony Hogan is awaiting extradition to Delaware
Dover police are reporting a major break in a series of burglaries in Kent and New Castle counties.
Dover Police Department spokesman Master Cpl. Mark Hoffman said a suspect, identified as Anthony Hogan, 38, of Dover, was arrested June 19 in Camden, N.J., by troopers with the New Jersey State Police.
He is a suspect three burglaries and one attempted break-in of convenience stores in the Dover area as well as that of a cigarette outlet in Harrington. All of the burglaries took place in April, Hoffman added.
Hogan also is a suspect in other crimes and is wanted by the Delaware State Police and the Harrington, Smyrna, and Middletown police departments.
In Dover, Hogan is thought to have broken into the DOT Discount tobacco store on April 22 and April 27 and on April 20 at the Valero gas station at 530 N. Dupont Highway.
He also is a suspect in an attempted burglary at 1005 College Road. The suspect in that incident ran away after breaking the front glass door of the business.
Hogan is awaiting extradition back to Delaware, Hoffman said.