Caldwell police on Monday arrested a man they believe is responsible for multiple residential burglaries that have occurred at vacant new construction homes.
Many of these homes had been listed in the annual Parade of Homes.
Caldwell officers located evidence after a break-in on Middlesboro Way on Monday that led them to a potential suspect, Troy Hinkle, age 45.
Upon search of Hinkle’s residence in the 200 block of Walnut in Caldwell, officers located a firearm and thousands of rounds of ammunition, according to a news release.
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Officers on scene also reportedly recognized many items inside the home as stolen property from the Parade of Homes burglaries.
Detectives responded to the scene and continue to process evidence and recover suspected stolen property.
Hinkle was booked into the Canyon County Jail on suspicion of being a felon in possession of a firearm and a felony probation violation.
The investigation into the burglaries is ongoing and additional charges may soon be filed.
Anyone who may have been a victim of a recent residential burglary is asked to contact Sgt. Chris Finley of the CPD Property Crimes Division at 208-455-4574 to set up a time to potentially identify your stolen property.