An alleged burglar went back to the well too many times and was busted by police in Ramapo following a weeklong investigation.
Members of the Ramapo Police Department Detective Bureau arrested a Chestnut Ridge resident - whose name has not been released by police - a man who burglarized a Monsey home multiple times in recent weeks.
Police said that during the burglaries, no one occupied the house and it was being used as a home office.
The 45-year-old suspect was arrested on Friday, Oct. 19 and initially charged with burglary. Investigators later added a grand larceny charge when the investigation determined he allegedly stole cash from the property.
Following his arraignment, the suspect was released on $5,000 bail. He is scheduled to appear in court next month to answer the charges.
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