Burglary Suspect Nabbed by Police Thanks to His Superman Shirt
On teen's fashion choice became his downfall as it led police straight to him.
A teen’s fashion choices landed him behind bars.
According to police in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, 18-year-old Kyree Henneghan was charged with two counts of burglary and related offenses for recent break-ins.
Police say they were able to capture the teen because of the Superman shirt and red Chuck Taylor sneakers he wore while committing the crimes.
Between September 24 and 29, Henneghan allegedly broke into two homes and after his second break-in, he was seen on his BMX bicycle where police found him in his signature outfit.
When he was taken for questioning, the “man of steal” admitted to committing the crimes, according to police.
According to Philly.com, Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood said: “The moral of the story is don't steal and don't ride your BMX bike with your red Chuck sneakers and blue Superman shirt.”
Henneghan is in the Delaware County jail and preliminary hearing is scheduled October 19. An attorney isn't listed for the teen.
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