A man accused of breaking into at least two Miami-Dade schools was caught after police say he left his wallet containing his Florida ID and credit cards behind at one of the schools.
Alex Ezequiel Diaz, 25, was arrested Tuesday on multiple counts of burglary, grand theft and criminal mischief, according to arrest reports.
The arrest reports said Diaz broke into Miami Senior High School on Southwest 1st Street back on July 18, damaging a locker room window and stealing some items while no one was inside. He was also seen on security cameras inside the school's gymnasium and hallways, the report said.
On Sept. 29, Diaz once again went into Miami Senior High while it was closed, breaking two windows to get into rooms, the reports said. While there, Diaz left behind his wallet containing his Florida ID card and credit cards, the report said.
That same day, Diaz entered Citrus Grove Middle School on Northwest 3rd Street, damaging a window and two doors, the reports said. Diaz stole items from the school and from a construction site on school grounds, the reports said.
Diaz remained behind bars on $32,500 bond Wednesday, jail records showed. Attorney information wasn't available.