FREDERICKSBURG, Va. -- Police have arrested a man wanted for removing a toilet from a laundromat who also had a message for anyone who saw him on security footage. A photo of the suspect released by Fredericksburg Police showed him extending both middle fingers at the security camera.
Police were called to the Hillcrest Coin Laundry on Lafayette Boulevard in Fredericksburg early Friday, Aug. 8 ago after a customer found the building had flooded.
"A check of the security camera showed a male subject entering the building around 2 a.m. through an unsecured door and moving out of camera range into the bathroom, where it was later discovered that the toilet had been forcibly removed from the floor," Fredericksburg Police spokeswoman Natatia Bledso wrote in an email.
Fredericksburg police said they arrested 19-year-old James Nicholson on Monday.
Nicholson was charged with burglary and vandalism. He was also charged for a similar incident at a Spotsylvania County laundromat in July.
Nicholson is being held at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.