Laptops stolen from Wis. ambulance service

The laptops, worth approximately $3,000, still have not been recovered, but a suspect was arrested a few hours after they went missing


By EMS1 Staff 

MADISON, Wis. — Three laptops were stolen from the Ryan Brothers Ambulance service in Madison, Wisconsin.

The laptops, worth approximately $3,000, still have not been recovered, but a suspect was arrested a few hours after they went missing, the Wisconsin State Journal reports.

(Photo/ Wikimedia Commons)
(Photo/ Wikimedia Commons)

Darryl Pierce, 54, was seen walking out of the building after the incident and has been tentatively charged with burglary.  

"A dispatcher for the ambulance service was watching a bank of surveillance cameras in real time, and spotted Pierce leaving the building," police spokesman Joel DeSpain said.

Pierce has had previous run-ins with the police and a South District officer, who saw the surveillance video, recognized him.

The police were able to locate Pierce a few hours after the incident.

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