While there have been 13 reported break-ins and 5 reported thefts in the Skowhegan area since last Friday and local police have been urging people to lock their doors and windows, the case may have solved itself.

According to an article at CentralMaine.com, one of the suspects, Tyler Long of Norridgewock, went to a local head shop after the burglaries to return specific items that were reported stolen.

Needless to say, he was arrested shortly afterward and charged with burglary and theft, the new source reported, and an arrest warrant was issued for the suspected accomplice.

I'm not entirely sure if the returning of products was to try to get cash back (maybe he printed some receipts while he was there) or to turn himself in, but either way...

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