Alaska burglary suspect identified after locking keys in car
27-year-old suspected of taking $6,000 from laundry, fitness business
A man suspected of burglarizing two businesses in a community outside Fairbanks, Alaska, was identified after locking his keys in his car.
North Pole Police Chief Steve Dutra says surveillance footage recorded the 27-year-old man loading stolen items Jan. 6 into the trunk of his car.
He is suspected of taking $6,000 in items from a laundry and a fitness business.
The surveillance footage shows the man manoeuvring his car closer for easier loading. Later video shows a cab pulling up to help unlock the car.
Police obtained the man's cellphone number and name from the cab company.
Prosecutors on Wednesday filed criminal charges of burglary, felony theft and misdemeanour mischief charges. A warrant has been issued for the man's arrest.