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SOUTH KINGSTOWN â€“ After a Wakefield man was arrested in Narragansett for robbing a Dunkin Donuts, the suspect admitted to three break-ins in South Kingstown Tuesday morning, including the Subway at the Towers, the Sea View Market Place and Pier Cleaners.
Allan Jett, 54, of 86 Winter St., South Kingstown was arrested Saturday by Narragansett Police for breaking and entering a Dunkin Donuts after police found the storeâ€™s stolen cash register in his car. According to police reports, Jett admitted to being the robber. Jett charged with felony breaking and entering, and malicious property damage.
At 2 a.m. Saturday the alarms of the Dunkin Donuts went off and police arrived to find the glass of the drive-thru window broken and footprints left in the grass leading toward Rite-Aid. Cost of the damage includes about $400 taken from the two registers and $500 for the broken window.
After being arrested by Narragansett Police, Jett admitted to South Kingstown Police that he robbed the Subway at the Towers along Route 1 and Route 138, Pier Cleaners in Wakefield and Sea View Market Place in Matunuck. South Kingstown police charges are pending, including three felony larceny charges, three felony breaking and entering charges, and three vandalism charges.
According to police reports, during an interview with South Kingstown Police, Jett confessed to stealing $1,946 including the black safe valued at $150 containing the money from the Subway at the Towers on June 29. He stated that he threw a water drain cover through the window to gain access to Subway. Once inside, the suspect opened a cash register stealing money and a safe containing what he believed to be $800. The suspect said he rolled the safe down a hill near the bridge on Silver Lake Avenue in Wakefield.
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