Alleged Serial Burglars Behind Bars; Falls Police Investigation Continues
Brian Conrecode and Nick Limric were arrested and charged with felony counts of burglary. Police say they can connect the pair to at least 12 burglaries in Cuyahoga Falls.
Two 26-year-old Falls residents were arrested over the last two weeks in connection with what police suspect was a string of burglaries committed in Cuyahoga Falls.
Brian Conrecode and Nick Limric were each charged with one count of burglary, a second-degree felony, and taken into custody.
“We feel that these individuals are responsible for at least a dozen burglaries,” wrote Falls police Lt. Steve Guldeman in a prepared statement. “We will be contacting the victims once we are able to confirm the burglary locations the individuals are responsible for.”
In a phone conversation with Patch on Wednesday, Guldeman said police were still investigating the pair to see just how many residences they burglarized and to determine whether any of the stolen property could be found and returned to the victims.
Conrecode was charged on June 4, while Limric was charged on June 2 after police caught him in the act of burglarizing a house on Lynn Drive.
The arrest was due, in large part, to an observant neighbor who called police after seeing Limric enter the household.
Both men are being held in Summit County Jail.