MENDOCINO COUNTY, Calif. — A man was arrested after officials say he was caught on camera burglarizing a home.
According to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office, deputies were able to catch a suspect in a home burglary thanks to surveillance footage the homeowners provided four months after the incident occurred.
They say that deputies learned from the homeowners in November of 2018, the residence had been burglarized while the homeowners were away, several personal items stolen which was in excess of $300 in value.
Authorities report the incident being captured on a camera surveillance system that the homeowners were able to provide deputies, along with photographs of a male subject that was committing the burglary.
They say that the identity of the man in the photographs was unknown until Monday, when investigations led the deputies to identify the suspect as Barry Kulmann.
The identification was made with the assistance of the public during dissemination of the surveillance system and photographs during follow up investigations, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office.
They say deputies conducted a search of Kullman's vehicle and an item of stolen property from the burglary was recovered.
Kulmann was booked into the Mendocino County Jail where he was to be held in lieu of $50,000.00 bail.