Grant County Deputies say the suspect's vehicle went a long way towards helping in their apprehension.

   Multiple burglary suspect nailed by GCSO

Over the weekend, the Grant County Sheriff's office was able to apprehend a wanted suspect, sought in multiple break-ins.

The GCSO says the suspect's car, a Honda with the front bumper missing, was tied to a number of break-ins, it was spotted late Friday night by a Deputy on patrol in Quincy.

The officer executed a traffic stop and after questioning the driver, identified as 22-year-old Eliseo Valdobinos of Quincy, he started spilling out details about his involvement in at least four break-ins in Quincy and Royal City.

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He was linked to the four daytime burglaries, conducted when no one was at home. He also admitted to selling stolen video game merchandise to a video gaming store in Moses Lake.

He is now facing multiple counts for the incidents (at least four) and is in the Grant County jail in Ephrata.

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