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Man Reportedly Steals Landlord's Truck During Hospital Stay

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Anthony L. Didomenicis Anthony L. Didomenicis

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. - A Rehoboth Beach man has been arrested after police say that he tried to steal his landlord's vehicle.

The Department of Motor Vehicles called State Police in reference to a wanted subject who was reportedly trying to register a vehicle. Police arrived and arrested, Anthony Didomenicis, 40, who was wanted out of Sussex County.

When they searched him, they reportedly found a check book belonging to his landlord. They say that he also had two loose checks, apparently signed by the victim; one made out to the suspect, and one made out to the DMV.

Police reportedly found that Didomenicis also had the victim's truck, and it's title, and was allegedly trying to register it under his name.

Police say they investigated and discovered that the victim was staying at Beebe Hospital when Didomenicis reportedly stole the truck, and had no idea his property had been taken.

Didomenicis was charged with 34 counts of theft, 3 counts of attempted theft, and 3 counts of forgery 2nd. He is being held at Sussex Correctional Institution on $23,000 bond.

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