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Man in custody after humane society burglary

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One man was arrested after he allegedly burglarized the Gallup-McKinley County Humane Society.

On Sept. 29, around 8 am, Gallup Police officers were dispatched to the humane society, 1273 Balok St., after an employee called Metro Dispatch and reported that someone had broken into the business.

When the officers arrived at the scene, they noticed that there were damages to the bathroom and front desk area. A vault was also allegedly stolen. According a press release published on Sept. 30, the vault contained controlled substances that are used to sedate animals.

A surveillance video showed two individuals getting out of a vehicle and then using force to get into the business.

Police found the vehicle from the surveillance video at a residence on Catalpa Hills, which then led them to 513 W. Princeton. According to the press release, officers found a man named Terry Radosevich at the residence. Radosevich, 24, was arrested for conspiracy, burglary, criminal damage to property, and larceny.

Gallup Police are still looking for one more person of interest in connection with the crime. If anyone has any information, Gallup Police wants them to call Metro Dispatch at (505) 722-2002 or the McKinley County Crime Stoppers at (877) 722-6161. Crime Stoppers may pay a reward up to $1,000 for information resulting in an arrest. Callers may remain anonymous.