By CBS13 Staff

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — A suspect has been arrested in Roseville after deputies allegedly caught him with a sawed-off catalytic converter and other stolen items.

The arrest happened back in the early morning hours of Nov. 29.

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According to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to investigate an alarm at a business along Viking Place but didn’t initially find anything out of place.

However, a sergeant later drove through the area and noticed a suspicious vehicle.

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Deputies and the sergeant went to investigate and soon encountered a man walking towards them. He had several objects in his hands, deputies say, and was ordered to drop them.

Turns out, the items were an electric saw and a sawed-off catalytic converter. Deputies say the catalytic converter had just been taken from an SUV behind a locked gate at the business.

Deputies also say two leaf blowers stolen from another nearby business were also later found in the suspect’s vehicle.

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The suspect, 41-year-old Clarence Wayne Anderson, was promptly arrested and is now facing charges of burglary, vandalism, tampering with a vehicle, receiving stolen property, and a probation violation.