A man was out a pretty penny after his University of Memphis season tickets were stolen.
Two Memphis men were arrest for the crime after they were pulled over in a stolen car hours after the burglary.
According to the arrest affidavit, the victim found his car, which was parked on the 200 block of Union, had been burglarized on November 6.
The tickets, which are worth more than $3,500, and an iPad were gone.
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The same day, police pulled over a car in the Midtown area for not having tags. That Kia Optima ended up being stolen.
Officers said they also found the season tickets inside the car.
Laricky Parker and DeAndre Guy were inside the car and arrested. Both are charged with theft of property.
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