By CBS13 Staff

WOODLAND (CBS13) — A Woodland man is under arrest on suspicion of breaking into a bank and trying to get into the vault early Friday morning.

Scene of the break-in early Friday morning. (Credit: Woodland Police Department)

Woodland police say, a little before 3 a.m., Bank of America security called to report they were watching live surveillance video of a suspect who had broken into the Main Street bank. The suspect was also apparently trying to open the vault.

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Officers got to the scene and searched the bank, but the suspect had already left.

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However, officers noticed a man across the street who matched the description given by security. That man was stopped and officers linked him to the break-in.

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The suspect has been identified as 39-year-old Woodland resident Michael Mori. He was booked into Yolo County Jail on burglary charges, as well as a warrant he had for his arrest out of Hercules.