(02/04/14) - Several Mid-Michigan police agencies are searching for a man they believe is responsible for multiple break-ins.
They're joining forces to catch 33-year-old Thomas Hubbard. He's suspected in a string of crimes covering three counties.
"He's damaging a lot of people. Needs to be taken of the streets," said Lt. Gary Parks, of the Lapeer County Sheriff's Department.
Parks says the Burton man is suspected of breaking into several homes in three different counties.
"He's very brazen. If someone walks into the house and somebody comes home, he jumps in his truck and runs," he said.
Right now, he is free on bond from a burglary case in Lapeer County. He skipped out on a court date in January. Since then, investigators believe he hit several more homes in Genesee, Lapeer and Oakland Counties.
"In this particular case, we have a report in our prosecutor's hands as of last Friday that we ask that his bond be revoked in Lapeer County because we feel we put together a case that he is a threat to society," Parks said.
Parks says there are now four felony warrants out for Hubbard.
This isn't his first run in with the law. Hubbard served several years in prison on six different counts of burglary.
"He's continued this criminal enterprise and we don't want any more victims to happen if we can stop it and he is obviously not going to stop," Parks said.
If you have any information on Hubbard's location, you're asked to call the Lapeer County Sheriff's office.
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