DNA match puts burglary suspect on police radar

June 12, 2013 

— A DNA match has Sarasota police looking for Evan Greer of Osprey, also known as "Cheese," in connection with the Jan. 7 burglary of KC Key Food Mart in Nokomis.

More than $1,000 in merchandise was taken. Greer was helped by an unidentified suspect, police report.

The DNA match has a one in 6.7 quadrillion chance of being incorrect, police report.

Forensic testing of blood found at the scene of the break-in matched with another sample taken at another business burglary, police report.

Greer, 18, is described as 5-foot-6, 135 pounds, green eyes, brown hair and multiple tattoos. The probable cause affidavit issued Wednesday instructs all law officers to take Greer into custody if he is identified as probable cause exists to charge him with burglary.

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