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Three suspects are under arrest after cops say they targeted the Asian community in a series of home invasions in Oakland County, a Detroit suburb.
Alban Mustafa, Andi Mustafa and Sotiraq Lako were taken in custody and charged with stalking Asian business owners and then burglarizing their homes.
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West Bloomfield police arrested the trio who are accused of targeting dozens of Asian business owners in several cities – keeping track of their movements – then stealing from them in their residences.
“They were targeting Asian business owners,” said Deputy Chief Curt Lawson, West Bloomfield police. “They were following these business owners, finding out where they lived, who their children were, where they went to school.
“They were finding out everything they could about these individuals, doing a lot of surveillance for weeks at a time. They would look for a perfect opportunity and then they would do a home invasion on the residence.”
The thieves targeted these business owners believing they had large amounts of cash on hand.
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