A black man who allegedly wore an elaborate Hollywood-style prosthetic white face mask to commit a slew of burglaries in and around Los Angeles has been arrested.
Authorities also connected Prowell’s car to the burglary spree, and found that its license plates were stolen.
A search warrant executed at his Inglewood home also turned up stolen property.
The “prolific” bandit is now facing two counts of burglary, two counts of grand theft, and one count of vandalism, according to police.
Investigators in Beverly Hills are working with police in Los Angeles and Newport Beach to connect Prowell to crimes in those nearby cities.
“We believe that the suspect is responsible for numerous residential burglaries within the Southern California area,” Beverly Hills Police said.
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