A suspect was in custody Thursday evening in connection with a string of vehicle break-ins that occurred at the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Eastvale.
Riverside County Sheriff’s Department detectives assigned to the Jurupa Valley Station’s Special Enforcement Team arrested Alfredo Lopez, 25, of Rancho Cucamonga, Thursday afternoon on suspicion of multiple vehicle burglaries at the Amazon facility located in the 5200 block of Goodman Way, authorities said.
Information including numerous vehicle burglary reports, video surveillance provided by the Amazon Fulfillment Center, which captured images of the suspect committing the crime, physical description and the vehicle used during the string of burglaries led detectives to Lopez, the statement said.
Deputies obtained a search warrant for a vehicle and apartment in the 10000 block of Church Street in Rancho Cucamonga where they located several stolen cellphones, laptops, purses, duffel bags, credit cards, clothing allegedly used during the commission of the burglaries and other items linking Lopez to the crimes, authorities said.
Detectives also discovered Lopez was suspected of carrying out similar vehicle burglaries dating back to May 2019 in Eastvale, authorities said.
Lopez was booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center on suspicion of burglary, possession of a controlled substance and other applicable charges.