Burglar Doesnt Flush, Is Found By His Dna

A burglar who used his victim's toilet was traced by the police through the DNA in his stool

Andrew David Jensen
Andrew David Jensen, Ventura County Sheriff’s Office

On Friday, July 28th, 42-year-old Andrew David Jensen was arrested because of an alledged robbery he took part in, during the burglary he used the bathroom, the police were able to trace the suspect as he forgot to flush the toilet.

The robbery took place in October 2016, at a home on the 2900 block of Cottonwood Court, Thousand Oaks, California. Andrew's downfall was that he needed a bathroom break during the alleged robbery. Aafter using the victim's toilet, Andrew didn't flush, police investigating the robbery were able to trace Andrew as being a possible suspect in the robbery through his feces.

Detective Tim Lohman of the Ventura County sheriff’s office spoke on the burglary, stating that the suspect “did his business and didn’t flush it”.

Andrew David Jensen was arrested and charged with suspicion of first-degree residential burglary, his bail is set to $180,000.



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