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Duluth man charged with theft in vehicle prowl

Charges of computer theft and motor vehicle tampering have been filed against a Duluth man who allegedly got into a partially opened vehicle Sunday morning.

Nicholas Pincombe

Charges of computer theft and motor vehicle tampering have been filed against a Duluth man who allegedly got into a partially opened vehicle Sunday morning.

Nicholas Pincombe, 26, is also charged with gross misdemeanor theft in connection with the incident at Third Avenue East and Third Street in Duluth.

According to Duluth police, the vehicle owner left the back window of his vehicle partially open and Pincombe was able to reach in and unlock the door about 9 a.m.

The victim was able to track his iPad to an address in the 100 block of West Fourth Street, where officers located Pincombe, who they said admitted to the theft.

The defendant also had an active violation of probation warrant issued for his arrest.

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