Police believe robbery suspect connected to two home invasions

Police believe the man they arrested Tuesday for two armed robberies in the span of 15 minutes may be responsible for a couple of home invasion incidents as well.

CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) - Police believe the man they arrested Tuesday for two armed robberies in the span of 15 minutes may be responsible for a couple of home invasion incidents as well.

21-year-old Moises Espino was arrested at around 10 a.m. Tuesday after police said he robbed the Wingstop in the 4900 block of Ayers Street at gunpoint, fled on foot, and then robbed the Taqueria Cancun in the 4400 block of Greenwood.

Police believe Espino was also involved in two home invasion robberies, one in the 4600 block of Larkspur Lane on June 18, and one in the 3300 block of Greenwood Drive on June 14. He is also the prime suspect for a robbery at the Times Market in the 3300 block of Ayers that took place June 19.

Espino has been booked on two of the robbery charges. Police said they expect to file at least three more once their investigations are complete.

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