Burglary Suspect Arrested with Public’s Help

Burglary Suspect Arrested with Public’s Help

The Rancho Cordova Police Department have made an arrest in a burglary case after receiving tips and information from the public, according to an official press release.

Jordan Mark Bonn, 28, of Sacramento was reportedly booked for burglary after turning himself in on December 12, 2013.

According to Rancho Cordova PD, on December 3, 2013, at approximately 6:45pm a man walked into a local acting studio on Sunrise Gold Circle and stole a computer from the lobby desk. The employees had reportedly temporarily stepped away from the front of the business.

On December 10, 2013, detectives released a surveillance camera photo of the burglary suspect. According to Rancho Cordova PD, they received a generous amount of information and tips from the public, allowing them to identify the burglary suspect as Bonn.

Bonn was caught in a surveillance camera at the location.

Bonn was caught in a surveillance camera at the location.

After Bonn turned himself in to police, detectives reportedly found several items of evidence at Bonn’s residence, including the stolen computer. Detectives reportedly believe Bonn is responsible for several burglaries in Sacramento and Placer Counties.

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