Serial Burglar Tracked in Pulaski Township
Deputies from the Jackson County Office of the Sheriff responded to a report of a Home Invasion in the 11000 block of Lippert Road in Pulaski Township on January 10, 2011.
The Home Invasion occurred in the early morning hours while the home owner was sleeping, the thief entered the residence and stole several items.
Through their investigation deputies developed a suspect; this subject was previously wanted for questioning in other burglaries in the Concord and Pulaski area.
Deputies received information on the location of the suspect in Pulaski Township; however he fled on foot as lawmen approached.
Detectives, State Troopers, K-9 handlers from Michigan State Police along with MSP aviation conducted an exhaustive search by ground and air in the Eckert Road vicinity for the suspect. The suspect could not be located in the densely wooded area.
The suspect was identified and his name is known. He is described as, a 32-year-old, white male, 6’0″ tall, weighing 150-160 lbs and was last seen wearing a darker colored Carhart type coat and stocking cap with dark blue jeans and boots.
His name is being withheld until charges are authorized.
Through this investigation and in cooperation with Michigan State Police this suspect was identified in several other daytime residential burglaries in south west Jackson County.