PRINTS The suspect will be tried this Friday in immediate appearance
The suspect's DNA was found at the scene of each theft. Drawing. — Morgengry/Pixabay
Suspected; to be involved in a phone theft, a 28-year-old man had been arrested and placed on guard at; view to; Brest (Finistère), this Monday. It turned out to be that his DNA also matched that found. in several cases of theft and a burglary, reports Côté Brest.
These would have occurred between October 2020 and May 2022. Nearly two years ago, the man reportedly broke into a pavilion left behind. open to steal high-tech equipment. Last February, he would then have entered; by breaking into a business in the town by breaking the window. Wine cubis and a knife had been stolen.
DNA on a beer
The last charges against him date back to May 12. This time, he would have succeeded in go into a house whose door was not closed to key. À Inside, the defendant even took the time to drink a beer before stealing credit cards. His DNA had been found on the can.
The man, of no fixed abode, was é pending his judgment scheduled for this Friday in immediate appearance.