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Eugene police say thief stole computers from UO School of Law

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Eugene police say they've arrested a man who was stealing desktop computers from the University of Oregon's School of Law.

Security camera footage showed 58-year-old David Tetukevich stealing computers from the Knight Law Center on Agate Street on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, according to police.

The University of Oregon Police Department shared photos from the Labor Day thefts with the public. A local store owner soon linked those pictures to Tetukevich, who was already a suspect in several cases where appliances were stolen from the store. In those cases, police say Tetukevich would show fraudulent receipts to store employees on his way out, leading them to believe he purchased the items.

On Tuesday, police served a search warrant at Tetukevich's home. Inside, they found a stolen fridge, a stolen washer and dryer set and a stolen dishwasher, police say.

Eugene police detectives are still investigating to determine whether Tetukevich is responsible for other thefts. Anyone with information is asked to call 541-682-5573.

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