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Police identify suspect in Joy's House theft

Posted at 11:00 AM, Oct 28, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS -- A suspect in the theft of furniture from an adult day care that was caught on tape has been identified by Indianapolis police.

The man was captured on surveillance video Sunday morning taking wicker chairs and a fall mum from the front porch of Joy’s House, an adult day care located in Broad Ripple.

He was arrested by police on unrelated charges. The name of the man is being withheld while the Joy’s House investigation continues.

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Joy’s House has a message for the person who stole their items.

“Your grandfather could be staying here, or your mother,” said Todd. “We are here to help the elderly and you’re taking away from a very good cause.  How can you stoop to do that?”