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Burglar who ate food and took naps arrested, called 'Goldilocks'

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Andrea Lynne Suppa Andrea Lynne Suppa
PHOENIX -

This is the so-called "Goldilocks Bandit." Andrea Suppa is accused of breaking into several north Phoenix homes and doing more than just stealing property.

Police say she made herself at home, eating their food and trying on their clothes -- even brushing her teeth with the homeowner's toothbrushes.

Victims in the area of 7th Street and Thunderbird say she stole some items of value, but also loaded up on some bizarre things, like snow globes, Christmas ornaments, and used makeup.

Detectives were able to track down a stolen iPad to a hotel room rented by Suppa.

Through further investigation, they were able to tie her to the thefts, and police say she later confessed.

Now, Goldilocks is trying out the beds at the 4th Avenue Jail.

Related story: Strange burglar ate food, took nap, used victim's toothbrush

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