TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - Investigators said a driver's license and dentures helped lead them to a man accused of breaking into several businesses and stealing items.
29-year-old Shane Brasseur of Lafayette faces seven felony counts of burglary and theft.
Officers were called May 29 to four Lafayette businesses which had been burglarized of items including power tools, couch cushions and a boys BMX bike.
Investigators said Brasseur's driver's license was found at one location. At another, employees found a half set of dentures with the name Brasseur on them.
Officers found some of the stolen items at Brasseur's apartment.
He has bonded out of the Tippecanoe County jail.
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