MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A man in a clown mask was caught stealing catalytic converters from a car dealership in Blaine Monday night, according to a criminal complaint.

Matthew Jacoboski, 43, is charged with possession of burglary or theft tools and first-degree criminal damage to property.

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The complaint states police went to Metro Auto Sales in Blaine just after 11 p.m. Monday when someone was seen on camera climbing underneath cars.

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Investigators say they found Jacoboski under a car, face shrouded by a clown mask, trying to remove a catalytic converter with a cordless saw.

Police arrested Jacoboski and he admitted they caught him “red handed,” according to the complaint. He had a bag with two catalytic converters in it.

The owner of Metro Auto Sales estimated the damage at $2,400.