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Man Arrested in Connection With Rash of Home Burglaries in San Francisco, Daly City

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    Officers arrested a San Francisco man last week in Pittsburg in connection with a string of home burglaries that occurred in San Francisco and Daly City, according to police.

    On Nov. 9, officers from San Francisco, Daly City and Pittsburg conducted a search warrant at residences in both San Francisco and Pittsburg after a month-long investigation into the burglaries, police said.

    During the investigation, officers identified 34-year-old Dominque Danquay Miles. He was arrested during the search warrant operation in Pittsburg, according to San Francisco police spokeswoman Officer Giselle Talkoff.

    Miles was then booked into the San Francisco County Jail on suspicion of multiple counts of burglary, firearms possession, domestic violence and drug possession, police said.

    During the operation, officers were able to recover firearms and other property that had been stolen during the home burglaries, according to police.

    Police were unable to give further details about the burglaries, as the investigation remains ongoing, Talkoff said.

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