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Reward offered for tips on burglary suspect

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information that leads to the arrest of a man suspected in a recent pair of residential burglaries.

Marcus R. Jolly, 27, is wanted for possession of a stolen motor vehicle.

He was named as a burglary suspect last week after his alleged accomplice, Anthony T. Falasco, 28, was arrested with a Mitsubishi Outlander stolen from 12000 block of East 24th Avenue, according to Spokane Valley police.

The men also are accused of stealing a Dodge Durango and "cleaning out" a home in the 11100 block of East 22nd Avenue, police said.

Police found an illegal shotgun, a pipe bomb and more stolen property at an apartment on South Havana Street Friday night where they'd heard Jolly was staying.

But Jolly wasn't there, and Crime Stoppers today announced a reward for tips on his location.

Jolly's11-year Spokane County criminal history includes convictions for third-degree theft, first-degree theft, second-degree identity theft, first and second-degree possession of stolen property and second-degree taking a motor vehicle without owner’s permission., according to Crime Stoppers. His last known address was 1328 E. Rich Ave.

Anyone with information about Jolly's asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, or submit tips online here.

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