LOMA LINDA >> A San Bernardino man suspected of breaking into storage models in at the least three communities was arrested Friday.
In response to a information launch, deputies noticed Matthew Eugene Rinke, 36, allegedly taking gadgets that didn’t belong to him from a storage unit at Common Self Storage in Loma Linda. They stopped his car as he drove out of the power and reportedly discovered proof linking Rinke to a number of different storage unit burglaries.
Rinke was discovered to have opened a lease settlement for a unit utilizing a stolen id, police stated. A search of the storage discovered gadgets believed stolen from models in Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands and Loma Linda.
Deputies additionally reportedly discovered a decide-lock set in Rinke’s 2001 Mercedes-Benz CLK500, the discharge states.
Rinke was booked into Central Detention Middle in San Bernardino on suspicion of id theft and housebreaking. He was launched on bail Saturday, in line with courtroom data.