A U-Haul worker was arrested in San Rafael on suspicion of utilizing an organization rental van to commit burglaries with two accomplices, police mentioned.
A witness known as police at 5 a.m. Sunday to report a automobile housebreaking on Santa Margarita Drive, a avenue close to the San Anselmo border, Sgt. Justin Graham mentioned. The witness mentioned the burglars left in a U-Haul van.
Police examined surveillance footage of the incident, obtained descriptions of the alleged burglars and looked for the van. At about 6:30 a.m., police stopped the van close to the intersection of Second and West streets.
A search of the van revealed the suspected stolen property from Santa Margarita Drive as effectively property that police suspect was stolen elsewhere, Graham mentioned. Investigators are working to establish different crimes that would contain the van and its occupants.
Police recognized the motive force as Marco Antonio Vasquez-Paxtor, 29, of Marin Metropolis. He works at a U-Haul enterprise and is on probation for a automobile theft conviction, Graham mentioned.
Police recognized the passengers as Oscar Noe Nunez-Rivera, 30, of San Rafael and Victor Manuel Orellana, 46, of San Rafael.
All three suspects remained in custody on the Marin County Jail on Sunday on allegations of housebreaking, conspiracy and different counts.