Arrest made after family's dog fatally shot during burglary

An arrest was made in a burglary that resulted in a family dog being shot and killed.
Now police are looking for another possible suspect.
Police say Brian Tibbets was behind the robbery that ended deadly in the Crestview neighborhood in North Phoenix.
Sharon and Perry Moler's home was ransacked last month.
Perry said he and his 13-year-old son found their dog Phoebe shot and killed in the backyard.
Phoenix Police say they were tipped off about Tibbets after someone saw the surveillance video that was released last week. 
Police say Tibbets, seen in the video, Went into a Walmart and used a card stolen from the Moler's home.
They say Tibbets admitted to all of this including his role in the robbery.
But as for who fatally shot the family's 7-year-old mixed Boxer, Tibbets says it was not him.
He tells police a man by the name of Bobby was his accomplice and that is who shot the dog.
Tibbets admitted to police they stole a computer along with jewelry. 
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