UPDATE: CRIME STOPPERS: Man arrested in Sams Valley burglaries

Sheriff detectives suspect Caleb Bradley is responsible for three burglaries in Sams Valley in the last several weeks. (KTVL/Aaron Nilsson)

UPDATE: Caleb Bradley has been arrested in Grants Pass, according to Grants Pass Department of Public Safety.

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. -- Jackson County Sheriff detectives are looking for a man suspected of three burglaries involving tens of thousands dollars of items in Sams Valley.

One burglary was in the middle of November on Ramsey Road, for around $20,000 worth of property.

Detectives suspect 26-year-old, Caleb Bradley, is responsible.

They connected two additional burglaries to Bradley, one on Juliette Avenue and another on Duggan Road in Sams Valley the first week of December.

Detectives said Bradley has family in Grants Pass and Josephine County and he's been involved with law enforcement and crime for several years.

"Just probably some habits he's developed through those years and those times and we're just trying to help him get back on the straight and narrow, get this figured out and have a change in his lifestyle," Detective Jason Penn, said.

Most of the property on Ramsey Road was recovered.

detectives connected a vehicle to Bradley and are working on a search warrant to get more evidence and return that property.

The case number is 12-13-16.

If you have any information on Caleb Bradley's whereabouts, you can call or text Crime Stoppers at 1-800-850-0580.

Depending on the information given, Rogue Credit Union will pay you up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest and filing of charges. As always, you can remain anonymous.

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