Police giving us new information on car break-ins and a car theft in Trussville.
They've made one arrest but Trussville police are still looking for one more person to arrest in these series of car break-ins.
They arrested 22-year-old Courey Javon Jones for the car break-ins and car theft we told you about that took place in the Stockton Neighborhood.
He faces 6 counts of breaking and entering a vehicle and one count of first degree theft of property.
There is surveillance video that a neighbor caught of the suspects checking for unlocked cars.
You can clearly see in the footage that this person is armed.
Seeing this video was a very uneasy feeling for several Stockton neighbors so they are glad that a least one person is caught.
Take a good look at this picture because this is the person investigators are still looking for, 22-year-old Justin Ellis Hall.
Police have also charged him with 6 counts of breaking and entering a vehicle and one count of first degree theft of property. Police say Hall was just released from prison a week before these crimes. If you have any information on his whereabouts, you are asked to call police.
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