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Arrest made in Bluff Park burglaries

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 Hoover Police now say they have the man they believe is responsible for a rash of burglaries in the Bluff Park area.  Keith Allen Henderson is now facing charges for at least eight burglaries over a 10 day period.  Police tell us all of the burglaries took place during the day, and he made entrance by kicking in the back door of the residence.  Hoover Detectives obtained 13 warrants on the 37-year-old man Tuesday.

Henderson was originally arrested by the Vestavia Hills Police Department after kicking in a door of an occupied residence in their city. He remains in the Jefferson County Jail. 

While Hoover's investigation continues, below is a list of all the residences believed to be burglarized by Henderson:

     Bluff Road 
     Shadybrook Lane  
     Alford Ave 
     Capri Drive  
     Regent Drive 
     Empire Lane  
     Chester Street 
     Queensview Lane 

 

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