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Suspect arrested after home burglary

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Luther Sullivan (Source: LMDC) Luther Sullivan (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Louisville Metro Police have arrested a man for the burglary of a home on June 11.

Luther M. Sullivan, 27, of Louisville, was arrested the day after the burglary. An arrest warrant says Sullivan forced open a rear window of the home in the 5100 block of Ronwood Drive and took an Xbox 360.

Police were led to Sullivan because a neighbor who saw a man get into a gold van wrote down the license plate number.

Within one hour after the burglary was committed police said Sullivan sold the Xbox to Gamestop at Jefferson Mall.

When the investigating officer went to Sullivan's home she found the van in the driveway with the license plate removed. Police said the van belongs to Sullivan's girlfriend.

Sullivan was arrested on one count of burglary and was booked into Louisville Metro Corrections.

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