VACAVILLE — A Vacaville man was arrested this week after his suspected fingerprints were matched to a burglary.
Robert Miller was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of a burglary that took place in July.
He’s accused of committing a residential burglary on Turquoise Drive, where various items were stolen. Several fingerprints were taken at the scene and police realized last month that they matched Miller’s, according to reports. The homeowners confirmed they didn’t know the suspect and he had never been in their home, according to police.
Police served a search warrant at the Klamath Drive home, where officers located property that matched the description of that taken during the burglary, police report. Miller was arrested at that time and booked into Solano County Jail.
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