WASHINGTON — The Prince George’s County police arrested a man Wednesday in connection with a theft of a dress uniform, a car and other items at the U.S. Army Career Center in Oxon Hill, Maryland, two weeks ago.
The police said Kyle Pedigo, 30, from Norwich, Connecticut, was arrested Wednesday morning when he tried to break into a pool and spa company in Upper Marlboro.
The theft happened in the pre-dawn hours of March 2, at the military career center in the 5400 block of St. Barnabas Road. A government-owned car was stolen as well as a U.S. Army dress uniform and other uniform items.
The stolen car and uniform items were recovered, police said.
Pedigo was charged with burglary and felony theft in Prince George’s County. He is also facing charges in Connecticut, police said.
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