26-year-old Mark Wiggins accused of stealing $13,000 from apartments and a business in Morrisania

Police are looking for a man responsible for multiple break-ins and robberies in the Bronx.



They say 26-year-old Mark Wiggins broke in to four different apartments and an office building in Morrisania stealing more than $13,000 in goods.



According to police, Wiggins used a MetroCard to break in to the office of Wavecrest Management Team where he stole two TVs and a printer. They say he also stole a set of keys, that allowed him to break into four different homes on East 161st, 162nd, and 163rd streets, stealing iPods, watches, videogame consoles, cologne and clothes.



Police say there were five cases in just three weeks.



Tenants say management never informed them of the incidents and that most people found out through wanted posters that were hung up Tuesday night, a week after the burglary spree.



News 12 has reached out to the Wavecrest Management Office and is waiting for a response.



Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS.


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