WESTWOOD (CBSLA.com) —UCLA campus police Wednesday planned to release the name of man detained in theft of 55 Apple laptops from a campus building.

The unidentified suspect was taken into custody Tuesday.

The theft of the computers valued at $33,000 occurred overnight Saturday at the Charles E. Young Research Library and was captured on surveillance video, authorities said.

According to authorities, the suspect smashed a ground-level window before breaking a window to the storage room where the laptops were kept and loaned to library patrons.

It was reported Monday that police believed the culprit was similar in appearance to a man caught on camera stealing two laptops from the Ackerman Student Union in September.

The case remains under investigation.

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