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Locksmith arrested, accused of breaking into Mishawaka home

(Photo supplied/ABC 57)

A locksmith has been arrested on suspicion of burglarizing his mother’s neighbor’s home.

The break-in happened earlier this month in Mishawaka, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at ABC 57.

The victims told police they were out to dinner when they got an email alert from their credit card company.

The couple went home to find some credit cards missing from their home, as well as a couple of guns.

A quick check of surveillance video from the store when the couple’s credit card was used revealed the card, allegedly, in the hands of Steven William Lowel, according to ABC 57.

It’s believed he may have used his skills as a locksmith to get into the couple’s home, ABC 57 reported.

He’s been released on bond, but is due back in court in early January.

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