LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A 25-year-old man just released from the Alhambra jail was re-arrested Friday when he allegedly broke into a car in front of the police station, vandalized a gate, and stole some construction equipment from a high school while wearing a stolen parking enforcement uniform.

Leonardo Zepeda was arrested Friday morning and booked on suspicion of auto burglary, commercial burglary, and possession of stolen property, Alhambra police Lt. Jennifer Wiese said.

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Zepeda was picked up on an unspecified warrant Thursday and was released early the following day.

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He reportedly broke into a parking enforcement officer’s car, stole the uniform, and ripped out the stereo at around 5:45 a.m.

Police started getting reports of someone stealing concrete and chicken wire from a construction site at Alhambra High School about an hour later.

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Zepeda was arrested there after allegedly breaking into a van at the school.