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Arizona man accused of burglarizing ex-wife's home

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SIERRA VISTA, AZ (AP) -

A Sierra Vista man is in custody after allegedly getting caught on video burglarizing his ex-wife's home.

Sierra Vista police say 25-year-old Frank Judd has been booked into the Cochise County Jail on suspicion of burglary and theft.

They say Judd was identified by his ex-wife after being caught on security video Thursday morning allegedly removing items from the living room of her home.

Police executed a search warrant at Judd's home and found several items related to the burglary.

Authorities didn't immediately know Friday if Judd had an attorney for his case.

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