Man steals tools, farming equipment in 3 home burglaries, according to LSO

A man was taken into custody after he was caught on surveillance video burglarizing homes in northern Lancaster county.
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The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office took a 45-year-old man into custody after he was caught on surveillance video burglarizing homes in the northern part of the county over the weekend.
Wayne Greve of Lincoln reportedly stole scrap metal, chainsaws, generators, wheels, tires, car batteries, tractor weights, and a radiator from three separate homes on Saturday and Sunday.
The burglaries occurred in outbuildings on the properties, according to LSO.
LSO also says one of the homes had been previously burglarized on June 23.
Surveillance video on one of the homes caught the suspects and the car, which led to Greve’s arrest.
Greve is facing two burglary charges as well as possession of burglar tools charges.
Greve was convicted in 2013 of kidnapping after approaching a woman in an ATM with a gun, getting into her car and forcing her to drive to another ATM. He was paroled in April of 2019.
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