A Southern California man suspected of burglarizing several homes was arrested after police used a helicopter with heat-sensing technology to find his tree house hideout in the Ganesha Hills.
In April, Pomona Police was called out to investigate a residential burglary in the Ganesha Hills neighborhood where several items were reportedly taken. A resident reportedly saw the suspect as he was leaving their property, carrying several items that belong to them.
About a month later, Mark Duda, 55 was arrested when Pomona Police received reports about a man matching Duda’s description living and hanging out in a “very well-built and modern tree house in Ganesha hills.” The tree house was well-disguised in the hills just outside Pomona, California.
In order to locate the tree house, Pomona police deployed a helicopter using its heat-sensing FLIR and discovered a heat source where the hidden tree house was located in the woods.
“A short time later, officers located a well-built tree house hidden deep into the hillside,” Pomona Police wrote in a statement on Facebook. “The tree house contained many essentials such as a fire pit, barbeque, and lighting. Numerous verbal commands were given and the suspect eventually climbed down from the tree house.”
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