ROCKLAND, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- A teenager has been arrested for his alleged connection to more than 100 car break-ins.
Hanover police arrested 18-year-old David Folkins for a string of car break-ins in the town. They then notified Rockland officers of his arrest.
Rockland police later searched Folkins' apartment and reportedly found several licenses, jewelry, electronics, and cash that had been reported missing from car break-ins around the area.
Officers say they have reason to believe Folkins is a suspect in as many as 104 robberies.
Folkins is in custody at the Plymouth House of Correction.
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