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Alleged Jewelry Store Burglar Caught on Camera Wearing a Shirt With His Name On It

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You can probably guess what happened next.

A burglar who broke into the Andrew Douglas Jewelers store in Elizabethtown, PA and stole about $1,300 worth of merchandise was predictably arrested after he was captured on surveillance camera wearing a shirt with his own name on it, Lancaster Online reports. The article explains that police responded to the alarm that sounded when 26-year-old Nathan David Koach broke into the shop, commanding him to stop as he exited the back of the store and sped away in his car. Fortunately, they caught a glimpse of the first three characters of Koach’s license plate and were able to determine where he lived, subsequently arresting him at his home.

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