Police say they've solved several car break-ins with the arrest of a Greenville man.
Wilbert Little is charged with two counts of breaking and entering into a motor vehicle, larceny, attempted breaking and entering into a home and carrying a concealed stun-gun.
Police say Tuesday morning they were conducting surveillance in the Charles Boulevard/Oakmont Drive area due to the increase of car break-ins. Detectives saw Little looking into the windows of several different cars. As they approached him, police say Little ran.
After a short foot chase he was caught around Hyde Drive. Police say on Little they found things taken from two vehicle break-ins on Breezewood Drive and Turtle Creek Drive. He's also been charged with trying to break into a home on Wyndham Circle back in March.
Police say more charges are likely against Little as their investigation continues.
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