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The Man lived in a ‘modern tree house’ arrested on suspicion of a burglary, police say

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Can someone accused of a crime are placed under the “treehouse” arrest? California police can be quick to find.

A man who is in a “disguised” California tree house — built solid also cops completed — is accused of stealing several items from a nearby home and garage last month, police said Thursday.

Mark Robert Duda, 56, of Pomona, lived, in what officials described as a “well-built, and modern tree-house” when the police arrested him on suspicion of burglary. The police said Duda broke in Ganesha Hills home and stole multiple items on April 18.

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Police say Duda was living in a “modern tree house.”
(Pomona Police Department)

The house of the actual residents said they got a quick look at the burglar and told the police the man looked familiar, according to KTLA. A police helicopter and a K-9 were used to track the man down.

“The tree house contained many essentials, such as a fire pit, barbecue, lighting,” according to police.

The tree house also came with a picturesque view of the San Gabriel Mountains and the National Hot Rod Assn.’s museum, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Police say Duda, with views of the San Gabriel Mountains.
(Pomona Police Department)

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Duda was arrested on suspicion of burglary. He was being held on $50,000 bail pending a hearing, according to KTLA.

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