BOOTHBAY HARBOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Boothbay Harbor police are searching for a man who they say is responsible for dozens of burglaries spanning at least two counties.
Boothbay Harbor police, federal probation officers, and Sagadahoc and Lincoln County Sheriff's departments executed search warrants at a home on Crest Avenue in Boothbay Harbor Tuesday.
Police said the home belongs to 62-year-old Ronald Fuller, and items related to several burglary investigations were seized.
Police later searched a nearby home on Wednesday, where they recovered a number of items of interest related to the investigation.
Authorities said they have recovered items related to dozens of burglaries, including items from high value commercial and residential burglaries in Boothbay Harbor and surrounding towns within a 25 mile radius.
Fuller was last seen Wednesday in the Portland area, and police said he may still be in the area frequenting homeless shelters.
He's described as 5 feet 5 inches tall, 155 lbs., with brown eyes and brown/graying hair. Police said Fuller is also known to disguise himself with makeup and wigs.
Fuller was last seen in Boothbay Harbor on Tuesday, and he is currently wanted on warrants for burglary and theft charges.
Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact Boothbay Harbor police at 633-5616.