MEDFORD, Ore. -- Police arrested the man they believe is responsible for four burglaries over the weekend in downtown Medford.
Police said the break-ins happened at the American Legion, Heritage Motors, Taqueria Los Gomez, and the Old School Barber Shop.
Surveillance cameras showed the masked-up suspect, 39-year-old Jimmy Collier.
Police say although his face was covered up, they were able to notice specific details about his clothing. An officer spotted him wearing the same thing early Sunday morning.
Police arrested Collier at 10th and Cottage Street.
They say a black 1985 Honda Spree Moped is still outstanding.
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