Omigod, it's the cops! Where'll I hide? I know, the closet:
According to Indiana State Trooper Kyle Dukes, the person responsible for the break-ins entered the homes by kicking in doors and breaking out windows. The suspect then made himself at home, living in the residences for days. During this time, the suspect ate food, drank beer, and wore the homeowner's clothes. The burglar also made off with such items as electronics, tools and televisions.
The burglar left more than a mess at one home. Police discovered his wallet in the pocket of the victim's coveralls.
The wallet contained Kupczynski's identification.
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The homeowner was contacted in Chicago, and troopers were given permission to enter the home. Inside they found a home that was ransacked, a stack of electronics near the front door, and the owner of the wallet, Kupczynski, hiding in a closet.
No, no, that's the first place they'll look. I know, in the dumpster!
Police officers say they found a bank robbery suspect hiding in a trash bin behind a northwestern Indiana grocery store.
Crown Point police say the man was burned by an exploding dye pack following the robbery at a TCF Bank branch inside the grocery store Monday afternoon.