AUBURN, AL (WTVM) - Auburn Police Chief Paul Register confirms that investigators are on the scene of an Auburn man's home investigating a massive burglary and theft case.
The Auburn Police Department is serving a search warrant at the residence of 44-year-old Adam Floyd in the White Oak subdivision in Auburn. A second search also took place at Mr. Floyd's business known as Unique Image, a car wash business.
Chief Register says that Mr. Floyd was arrested and has been charged with burglary and theft. He faces additional charges in what investigators are calling an extensive and massive burglary ring.
Police have recovered construction supplies and equipment, appliances, electronics, cabinetry and other items. Chief Register says the value has yet to be determined, but investigators have discovered a significant amount of alleged stolen property at his home and business.
Floyd has been charged with receiving stolen property in the first-degree, three counts of receiving stolen property in the second-degree, two counts of receiving stolen property in the third-degree, burglary in the third-degree and theft of property in the second-degree.
As a result of further investigation by detectives and the execution of search warrants at Floyd's residence and business, approximately $50,000 worth of building supplies, cabinetry, appliances, tools and a utility trailer have been recovered.
The recovered stolen property is related to burglaries and thefts that have been reported in the East Lake and Beaumont subdivisions as well as Berkeley and East Glenn Avenues. Floyd will be eligible for a $22,000 bond.
Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact Auburn police at (334) 501-3140.