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North Liberty investigation finds more than $14K in stolen goods

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Police in North Liberty have turned up more than $14,000 in stolen goods and arrested a Coralville man for the crimes.

David Anthony Solis, 21, was arrested on Wednesday -- his birthday -- after a nine-month investigation into burglaries in Cedar Rapids, Marion and Washington County.

North Liberty police served a search warrant at 600 Andrews Court in North Liberty on February 24.

Officers say they recovered $14,616.45 in stolen property from Solis' room and the living area of the home along with the vehicle they say he used in the crimes.

Police say the items were taken during burglaries in Cedar Rapids, Marion and Washington County.

Solis, who now lives in Coralville, was charged with one count of first-degree theft.

According to Iowa Courts Online, Solis has been arrested on burglary-related charges multiple times in the past year and received suspended sentences for some.

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