LINCOLN (CBS13) – Police say they have arrested a man suspected of stealing a bicycle from a Lincoln middle school bike rack.

According to the Lincoln Police Department, a man was caught on surveillance camera back on Jan. 22 stealing an expensive bicycle from Twelve Bridges Middle School.

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Officers were able to identify the suspect as 33-year-old Lincoln resident Jeffrey Ijams thanks to the surveillance camera.

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Surveillance footage from Twelve Bridges Middle School and Jeffrey Ijams' booking photo. (Credit: Lincoln Police Department)

Surveillance footage from Twelve Bridges Middle School and Jeffrey Ijams’ booking photo. (Credit: Lincoln Police Department)

Sunday, officers showed up at Ijams’ home.

Not only did officers find the bicycle stolen from the middle school in Ijams’ garage, they also found a bike worth $5000 that had been reported stolen in another city. Other bike frames that had their serial numbers removed were also found in the garage, police say.

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Ijams was arrested and booked into South Placer Jail. He’s facing grand theft, possession of stolen property and possession of property with altered serial numbers charges.