A probationer man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly burglarizing a number of residences in Glendale.
Rabert Amirdizajtakieh, 42, was taken into custody at his Glendale home and booked on suspicion of burglary, with bail set at $50,000, said Glendale police Sgt. Dan Suttles.
“Detectives had been investigating a string of burglaries that took place in the Glendale area starting in October of this year, which included the theft of multiple bicycles and a motorized scooter,” Suttles said.
Amirdizajtakieh was identified as the suspect when he was caught on security video allegedly committing a burglary in the 300 block of North Kenwood Street on Saturday, the sergeant said.
“One of the detectives viewing the video recognized Amirdizajtakieh as a suspect from a separate case from over two years ago,” Suttles said.
Amirdizajtakieh was on probation for drug-related charges, and a probation search was conducted on his home on Saturday, he said.
“During the search, detectives located several bicycles that were confirmed to have been stolen from multiple locations throughout Glendale,” Suttles said.
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