A Pitt County teenager is accused of stealing women's underwear and a dress during home break-ins in his neighborhood.
Cameron Siessel is charged with two counts of first degree burglary, five counts of breaking and entering and five counts of larceny.
Deputies say the 18 year old Siessel lives in the Oak Hill Farms subdivision and is accused of stealing a variety of women's items, including several pairs of underwear, a dress, and two pairs of shoes between May and December.
A spokeswoman says the original report came in December 17th when a homeowner woke up and saw someone in his home in the middle of the night. While talking to a neighbor about it they realized the same thing happened at their home.
The Sheriff's Office believes the break-ins were isolated to just these two homes, which occurred multiple times.
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