SURPRISE, AZ - Surprise police arrested a man who was involved in the burglary of a vacant home the morning of Sunday, June 3.
Edward Millay, a 40-year-old Phoenix man, told police that he was at the residence on legitimate business despite the fact he had no paperwork to prove his claims.
Police contacted his employer who confirmed that Millay did not have a work order for that property nor did he work that day, according to Surprise police.
According to witnesses, two males were removing appliances from a vacant home in the area of 16100 West Yucatan Drive.
Before police arrived on the scene, one of the males fled. Police say they were removing appliances from the home.
Millay was later arrested, transported and booked for burglary.
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