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CHARLOTTE COUNTY SHERIFF’S DETECTIVES ARRESTED A TROPICAL GULF ACRES MAN IN CONNECTION WITH THE JANUARY 21ST BURGLARY OF AN ENGLEWOOD SUBWAY SANDWICH SHOP.  DEPTUIES SAY SURVEILLANCE VIDEO SHOWED A MAN, LATER IDENTIFIED AS 23 YEAR OLD BRIAN THOMPSON, USING A KEY TO ENTER THE STORE ON SOUTH MCCALL ROAD, AND THEN WALKING BEHIND THE COUNTER.  HE THEN PUT A GLOVE ON HIS RIGHT HAND AND WALKED TO THE SAFE.  HE USED THE COMBINATION TO OPEN IT AND REPORTEDLY STOLE OVER $1300 CASH.  THE GENERAL MANAGER AND EMPLOYEES VIEWED THE VIDEO AND ALL SAID THE SUSPECT IN THE VIDEO WAS THOMPSON, A FORMER EMPLOYEE WHO LEFT A COUPLE OF MONTHS EARLIER.  EVEN THOUGH THOMPSON’S FACE WAS HIDDEN BY A GREY HOODED SWEATSHIRT, EMPLOYEES RECOGNIZED THE SWEATSHIRT BECAUSE HE WORE IT TO WORK.  THOMPSON FAILED TO SHOW UP FOR TWO MEETINGS WITH DETECTIVES, SO DETECTIVES ARRESTED HIM MONDAY, CHARGING HIM WITH BURGLARY AND GRAND THEFT.  HE POSTED BOND AND WAS RELEASED.