(MATTYDALE, N.Y.) -- New York State Police have solved a five-year-old burglary after fingerprints found at the scene were recently matched to a Syracuse man.
According to The Post-Standard, prints left at the scene of a home in Mattydale on June 7, 2007 matched that of 25-year-old Frankie Temple, who was in the Forensic Identification System in Albany.
Once he was brought into custody, Temple allegedly confessed to stealing money, two laptop computers and DVDs from the home.
He is charged with burglary and remains at the Onondaga County Justice Center on $10,000 bail.
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