CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA- A "selfie" led detectives to a man accused of robbing a church in Southern California.
Police say they found a phone at the scene of the crime where a laptop, cash, watches and other items were stolen.
What they found on the phone, a photo the accused thief apparently snapped of himself.
Neighbors recognized the picture of Adam Howe and he was arrested.
Police found items believed to be stolen from the Hilltop Tabernacle Church and an RV parked nearby.
Two others were arrested as part of the crime spree.
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