CHELTENHAM TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) – Police have made an arrest after two Cheltenham businesses were robbed multiple times during the power outage earlier in February.

On three consecutive days, beginning on Feb. 6 and ending on Feb. 8, the Cheltenham Police Department responded to reports of burglaries at 105 Greenwood Ave, a location that houses both a Lukoil and Greenwood Auto Care.

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Police say both businesses were robbed of things like tools, equipment, cash and cigarettes. During the time that items were taken, the area had received heavy snow and a State of Emergency had been declared in the Township. There was also a prolonged power outage.

On Feb. 25, police developed information that focused on a garage in Glenside and a possible suspect. A search warrant was obtained and a significant amount of the stolen items were recovered.

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As a result, Karl Beckmann, of the 300 block of Paxson Avenue in Glenside, was arrested and charged with the burglaries.

Beckmann’s preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 6, 2014.

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