The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office has dubbed the man “Car Creeper” before he was finally nabbed.
Police wrote on Facebook that Christopher Dillion was captured “after committing not 1, 2, 3, but 56 vehicle burglaries in the Victoria Groves Development in Royal Palm Beach overnight.”
Dillion was arrested and charged with several burglary-related charges.
When detectives went to Dillion’s house, they said they found property that was reported stolen during the overnight vehicle burglaries.
In addition, detectives found property that was reported stolen from other burglaries.
Dillion is facing additional charges. He is currently being held without bond.
“My car has an electrical charge when the alarm is on. Touch it and it’s equivalent to getting hit with a cattle prod,” Doug Bradlow wrote on the police Facebook page.