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HOUSTON Huntsville police officers arrested two men who are believed to be responsible for more than a dozen commercial and vehicle burglaries in the Houston area, Houston police said.

The pair was identified as as the persons responsible for five commercial burglaries and approximately 10 vehicle burglaries, according to HPD Lt. Curt Landrum.

On Jan. 20, officers arrested Devin D. Mills on a charge of credit card abuse as well as two misdemeanor warrants, Landrum said in a news release. The credit card abuse charge resulted from his use of a credit card stolen in a burglary. As well, on Jan. 28, officers arrested Cory D. Archie on several charges including fail to identify, evading arrest, resisting arrest, burglary of a building and a probation violation warrant.

The charges against Mills and Archie range from misdemeanor A offenses to state jail felonies.

Investigators said they believe the men may be responsible for additional offenses and may not have acted alone.

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