Police arrest man suspected of office burglaries

Surveillance photo of burglary suspect

Surveillance photo of burglary suspect

On Friday, police collared a man they believe is behind a string of burglaries at offices, swiping mainly computers and cash.
Darnell Lawson, 50, of St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem, was arrested after police found him shortly after midnight allegedly attempting another burglary inside 28 West 36th Street.
The burglary spree began over two months ago in the confines of the 13th and Midtown South Precincts.

Police listed the following incidents:

On April 11, a man entered a business at 247 West 36th Street and swiped two MacBooks.
On Monday, April 28, he got inside the office of Michael Alan Group, an event marketing business at 22 West 38th Street, and took an iPad, a Mac book Air and cash.
On Friday, May 9, he broke into 114 West 26th Street, home to magazine and website publisher Hay Market Media, and grabbed a Dell Laptop.
On Saturday, May 24, he entered the office of Crossmedia Inc., 22 West 23rd Street and took several Mac Books and a bottle of bourbon.
On Friday, May 30, he went inside the APICA office at 20 West 23rd Street and left with a laptop.
On Monday, June 2, he went back to the Michael Alan Group office and got away with some cash.
On Thursday, June 12, the man got into Best Apartments, a real estate firm at 119 West 23rd Street, but left without taking anything. However, that same evening, he made off with five laptops from 153 West 27th Street.
On Friday, June 13, he returned to 22 West 38th Street for the third time, this time to the office of Prompt Business and took laptops and cash. He also went to 363 7th Avenue and stole laptops from Soft Tech Health.
On Friday, June 20, he made off with an undetermined amount of cash from a business at 24 West 23rd Street.

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