Police arrested a 54-year-old man Tuesday (Dec. 4) in connection with the burglaries of a Domino’s and Baskin-Robbins in Mid-City, police said. Allen Hardy was booked with unauthorized entry of a business and simple burglary, according to jail records from Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office. Records show that Hardy was also charged with three counts of attempted simple burglary, unauthorized entry of a business, simple burglary of an automobile and simple burglary of a business, last month. On Nov. 28, police stopped a man who matched the description of a man who was wanted in connection of multiple burglaries in the city, police said. Police said Hardy is the man they recognized from surveillance footage gathered from multiple businesses, including Domino’s and Baskin-Robbins in the 400 block of North Carrollton Avenue, according to an arrest warrant. In each video, the suspect is seen wearing a white-and-black plaid shirt, blue jeans, a gray cap and white-and-black tennis shoes. In footage captured from Baskin-Robbins, the suspect is seen shattering the window with wire cutters and then entering the building, police said. Hardy is accused of stealing a cash register from the ice cream shop. The suspect is seen breaking into businesses in the same manner in each video, police said. In more than one video, the suspect is seen riding his bicycle, police said. Hardy has been accused of burglaries dating back to 1993, according to jail records. Bond was set at $2,000 and he was appointed a public defender.