Local law enforcement officers believe they've figured out who's been on a spree of wooden pallet thefts in the county recently.
James J. Moscicki, 32, of 1309 Dale Road, Dale, has been charged with one count of grand larceny.
He was arrested today by Batavia PD and accused of stealing $2,400 worth of pallets from a business in the city.
Though not charged yet, Moscicki may be a suspect in pallet thefts elsewhere in Genesee County.
City police have been working on the investigation with the Sheriff's Office and Le Roy PD.
It's alleged that Moscicki has been stealing the pallets and selling them to businesses in the county. He was reportedly transporting pallets in a silver Dodge Neon with a small utility trailer.
Some of the pallets were marked with identifying numbers.
Deputy John Duyssen requests that anybody with information that might lead to the recovery of pallets to contact him at (585) 345-3000, ext. 3233.