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4 Miami-Dade County men arrested, 2 sought in business burglaries

Investigators say suspects smashed through walls of warehouses from Tampa to Miami

Eduardo Batista, Yosvany Batista, Alberto Napoles-Diaz and Alberto Napoles-Hernandez (left to right) were arrested in connection with the business burglaries.

MIAMI – Four Miami-Dade County men have been arrested and two others remain at large in connection with a series of business burglaries from Tampa to Miami.

The Florida attorney general's Office of Statewide Prosecution announced the arrests Friday.

Investigators said the suspects smashed through a wall of a Tampa warehouse and stole about $300,000 worth of surveillance equipment. Investigators said they loaded the equipment into two stolen vehicles and traveled to Miami with the merchandise.

The suspects are also accused of burglarizing a battery store in Doral, breaking through the wall with a sledgehammer, stealing cases of batteries and loading the stolen items into a van parked outside.

In another instance, the suspects are alleged to have stolen more than $100,000 worth of beauty products by breaking through a wall adjacent to the wholesaler's warehouse in Tampa.

Eduardo Batista, Yosvany Batista, Alberto Napoles-Diaz and Alberto Napoles-Hernandez were arrested. Arrest warrants have been issued for Isoil Polo and Marcos Rodriguez.

All six men face charges of conspiracy to commit racketeering, grand theft of more than $100,000 and grand theft of a motor vehicle.

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