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Man Linked to 14 Burglaries at Home Construction Sites Charged

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CLAYTON, Del.--- Delaware state police charge a man who is linked to a string of burglaries at home construction sites in Kent County.

Troopers said 35-year-old Jimmy Snow of Clayton was charged with 14 counts of burglary and 32 related charges.

Police said Snow is linked to 14 different burglaries at home construction sites in Dover, Smyrna and Clayton, where copper wiring and pipes were stolen.
   
The burglaries were committed between January and March. 

Trooper said in one case, a gasoline-powered electric generator was stolen. In other cases, forced entry into the homes caused damage to doors, walls and windows.
   
Snow was released after posting bail in the case.

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