Perryville, MO police arrest man in 2017 burglary investigation

Perryville, MO police arrest man in 2017 burglary investigation
A teenager is facing a number of charges after an investigation into a number of thefts in McCracken County, Kentucky. (Source: Raycom Media)

PERRYVILLE, MO (KFVS) - In September of 2017 a business in Perryville, Missouri was burglarized. That suspect has been arrested according to the Perryville Police Department.

Ryan Roldan, 21, of Perryville is charged with two counts of second-degree burglary and one count of stealing, $750 or more. His bond is set at $15,000.

According to police it happened on Saturday, November 11 around 11:30 p.m. Perryville Police Officers were called out to R&P Oil Company in reference to a burglary alarm sounding. Officers found the drive-thru window had been smashed and it appeared someone had been inside the business.

Officer said the reviewed security video and obtained information on a suspect being a white or Hispanic male wearing dark color clothes. The security footage also showed that the suspect entered once, took items and then fled on foot.

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The suspect then returned an hour and a half later, took a trash bag full of items and again fled on foot. During a search of the area, officers said they recovered the trash bag full of stolen merchandise totaling over $2500 from the business. They also discovered a blood sample from the drive-thru window area which was sent to the Highway Patrol Crime Lab.

Results from the crime lab resulted in a hit of the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) for Ryan Roldan. Roldan was contacted and a DNA sample was obtained from him and sent to the crime lab.

Upon receiving the report from the crime lab that the two samples were a match, officers obtained information on Roldan's whereabouts, arrested him, and transported him to the police department to obtain warrants.

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