A New Haven man was arrested Sunday morning after police said they caught him stealing copper piping from a home on Quinnipiac Avenue.
Officers were called to the residence around 9:30 a.m. after neighbors spotted a man entering the home through a basement window. The caller told police that she "suspected foul play" because it was vacant.
Upon arrival, officers found a someone inside the residence and during their search of the home, found Kenneth Victory, 29, in the attic. Neighbors identified Victory as the person, who entered the home through the basement.
Witnesses told police that Victory was removing copper pipes from the home through the basement window.
Victory was arrested.
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