FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) — A 33-year-old man has been arrested in connection to a current theft on the Shoals Gold File Room in Florence, in accordance with police.
Florence Police Division’s Sgt. Ryan Kelly confirmed James Stephen Suber, Jr. was charged with first-degree theft of property and third-degree housebreaking.
Kelly stated Suber was needed in connection to the April 8 theft at 201 South Court docket Avenue, the place he took a blue autographed guitar out of a show case and a gold document off the wall after coming into the constructing round 1:42 p.m.
Suber then fled the world, authorities stated.
Martin Abroms with the Gold File Room advised Information 19 that the stolen guitar, a turquoise Fender Telecaster, was value round $5,000 to $8,000. It had been autographed by Rick Corridor, Jimmy Johnson, David Hood, Spooner Oldham and some others.
Abroms stated the guitar was barely broken as soon as returned, however they’ll work to get it restored.
Kelly stated ideas from the general public helped determine Suber and led detectives to acquire warrants for his arrest.
After discovering him, detectives questioned Suber and recovered the gadgets. He was then taken into custody and booked into the Lauderdale County Detention Heart the place he stays on a $45,000 bond.
The native enterprise thanked the Florence Police for recovering the specialty gadgets in a social media publish on Wednesday.
“Due to good safety digital camera video footage offered by the 201 South Constructing, a fast social media posting of the particular person of curiosity, and the short work of Detective Justin Whitten and the others at Florence Police Division, the guitar that was stolen (and a gold document show) was rapidly recovered,” Abroms stated.