Bensalem Police arrested a Levittown man on Wednesday, Jan. 16 who was connected to 26 burglaries that started in early 2012, according to police.
Anthony Fanaro, 32, of Levittown was charged with 26 counts of burglary, theft and related charges after a yearlong investigation involving detectives from multiple municipalities throughout Bucks County, a police report said.
Fanaro is the last to be arrested from a burglary ring that began in 2012.
According to police, the burglary ring would break into unoccupied Bucks County homes and steal gold jewelry. The jewelry would then be sold at "Cash for Gold" stores in and around the Philadelphia area.
The burglary ring was mostly comprised of heroin addicts who were fueling their addictions with the proceeds from the burglaries, police said.
Fanaro's arrest and the previous arrests of his co-conspirators closed more than 40 burglaries in Bucks County.
Fanaro was arraigned at Magisterial Judge Leonard Brown and bail was set at $1 million or 10 percent bail.