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Berkeley police arrest suspect in connection with Passione Caffe laptop theft

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APRIL 10, 2019

Berkeley Police Department arrested a suspect after a laptop theft at Passione Caffe that occurred Jan. 26, according to a community alert released Wednesday morning.

On Jan. 26, a 33-year-old man was sitting outside of Passione Caffe with his laptop in front of him when a suspect approached the man, grabbed his laptop and fled westbound on Addison Street, according to the alert.

After an investigation, detectives identified the suspect — a 20-year-old Richmond man — and arrested him Thursday on suspicion of felony theft.

Amanda Bradford is an assistant news editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @amandabrad_uc.
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APRIL 10, 2019


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