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Man Arrested in Connection with Mobile Home Park Burglaries

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Alan F. Miller III arrested in connection with burglaries Alan F. Miller III arrested in connection with burglaries

REHOBOTH, Del.- Delaware State Police have arrested a man in connection to a string of burglaries in Rehoboth.

According to police, a resident of Sea Air Mobile Home Park noticed an unfamiliar white male leaving a house that was unoccupied for the season on Oct. 20. Police say the resident questioned the suspect, who then fled on foot and scaled a fence behind the home in the 19000 block of Atlantic Avenue.

Police said the witness provided a detailed description of the suspect, and State Police identified the suspect as 32-year-old Alan F. Miller III.

According to police, officers executed a search warrant at Miller's residence on Oct. 21. Police said they located suspected stolen property possibly linked to two other cases in the area.

Miller was not home when police searched the house, but police said they found him in the neighborhood later that day. He was taken into custody without incident.

Police arrested Miller on three counts of second-degree burglary, two counts of possession of burglary tools, two counts of attempted theft under $1,500, second-degree conspiracy, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two counts of criminal mischief.

Miller was committed to Sussex Correctional Institution on a $42,400 cash bond.

According to state police, the Sea Air Mobile Home Park and the Camelot Mobile Home Park neighborhoods have experienced a rash of burglaries over the last two months. As detectives continue to investigate these incidents, troopers remind residents to vigilant of the houses that are closed up for the season and conduct periodic checks of those homes. Police encourage residents to report any suspicious activity to 9-1-1.

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