HOOPER, Utah – If you’re missing any household items including nursing bras, oven liners or bark collars, you might want to check with Weber County.
Deputies have arrested a suspect they are calling the nursing bra bandit.
Officials said 19-year-old Jacob Satterthwaite is now facing charges after some packages went missing in Hooper neighborhood and his family said he had recently given them some odd gifts.
Deputies said they started investigating May 15 when a package was taken from a resident’s porch near 5700 S. and 4500 W. in Hooper.
Authorities said a neighbor saw a man go up to the porch and take the parcel after it was delivered.
Days later deputies were called about another theft in the area and found a man matching the suspect’s description in a nearby park.
Officers went to the suspect’s home and said family members told them Satterthwaite has recently given them some interesting items.
According to deputies, Satterthwaite’s mother said a package of oven liners had mysteriously appeared one day.
Officers noticed Satterthwaite’s sister had a small baby and asked if he had given her a nursing bra recently, one of the stolen items.
She said he had in fact given one to her.
Satterthwaite was also recently seen with a “bark collar,” another one of the stolen items.
He is now facing theft and trespassing charges.
If anyone who lives in the neighborhood has had anything stolen within the past week, they can call the Sheriff’s Office at (801)629-8221.