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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A trail of blood: that's what police say led them to a man who burglarized a Louisville social center.
According to an arrest report, 56-year-old Randy A. Schwab broke into the Schuhmann Social Service Center on east Gray Street near south Clay Street by smashing a window and climbing through it.
While climbing in, police say Schwab injured himself and left blood throughout the building.
Schwab allegedly stole property from inside the building, including 12 L.L. Bean backpacks (worth $30 apiece), a heavy-duty trashcan, soap, deodorant, toothpaste, paper towels and candy bars.
Police say they were able to collect samples of the blood found inside the center and they sent those samples to a Kentucky State Police crime lab. The blood matched blood samples taken from Schwab for another investigation, according to police.
Police arrested Schwab Wednesday afternoon and charged him with third-degree burglary.