One suspect arrested, one still sought in April string of burglaries

DOVER, Del. - Dover Police say they are looking for a Clayton man who is wanted in connection to a series of residential burglaries that happened in April.

Andrew Kosky, 31, is wanted for five counts of second degree burglary, five counts of theft, five counts of second degree conspiracy and three counts of criminal mischief.

His brother Kevin Kosky, 34, of Dover, has already been arrested in connection to the same series of crimes. Kevin Kosky has been charged with five counts of second degree burglary, five counts of theft and three counts of criminal mischief and was committed to the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on a cash bond of $35,000.

The two brothers reportedly broke into several Dover residences and stole cash, jewelry and electronics. Detectives investigating the burglaries learned that several items that had been reported stolen by victims were being sold at local pawn shops. Inquires to these pawn shops led police to develop the Kosky brothers as suspects, officials said.

Police say anyone with information on Andrew Kosky's location is encouraged to call Dover Police at 302-736-7111 or Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333.

Dover Police also say that many stolen items have been recovered. Victims can make arrangements to claim their recovered belongings by calling Detective Peer at 302-736-7121.

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