A Pennsylvania man was arrested last week after he was allegedly seen in surveillance footage burglarizing a business while wearing a shirt that had his name stenciled onto it.
Joshua Jording of Latrobe broke into a western Pennsylvania taxi company where he used to work, according to a release from the Pennsylvania State Police.
After cash, two revolvers and two iPhones were discovered missing at Jording's former workplace, Veterans Cab Co. in Unity Township, surveillance footage was examined.
In the footage, police say they saw the burglar wearing a sweatshirt with the name "Josh" stenciled onto it.
According to the release, police obtained a warrant to search Jording's home and discovered the missing objects as well as the stenciled shirt.
Police say they also found marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia.
Jording was arrested on charges of burglary, theft, receiving stolen property, criminal trespass, criminal mischief, and drug charges.
Jording was arraigned and released on $10,000 bond. A message sent to a Facebook account matching his name and location did not get an immediate reply.
Jording faces a preliminary hearing Dec. 14.