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Cary man accused of breaking into home, stealing items worth more than $110K

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) - A Cary man is facing a long list of charges ranging from identity theft to assault on a female, according to Wake County court documents and jail records.

Brandon Caine Delamar, 40, is accused of breaking into a Cary home in early July and stealing a safe that included more than $51,000 worth of jewelry and coins, a Wake County Magistrate's Order shows.

According to court documents, Delamar broke into the home and stole a safe that contained rings, tennis bracelets, earrings, charms, passports, birth certificates, collector coins and an urn. The total value of the goods was $51,025.

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Delamar was also found in possession of the victim's passport, as well as $60,550 in U.S. savings bonds. The documents show that Delamar had the passport for the purpose of cashing the bonds. The suspect also had $1,000 worth of vintage and specialized silver coins.

The crimes are said to have occurred between July 6 and July 14.

In connection with these crimes, Delamar is charged with one count of felony identity theft, two counts of felony possession of stolen goods/property, one count of felony breaking and/or entering, and one count of felony larceny after break/enter.

In addition to those charges, Wake County jail records show Delamar is charged with 10 additional crimes, though it's not clear what incident(s) those charges are connected to.

Overall, Delamar is charged with:

  • Robbery with a dangerous weapon
  • Assault on a female
  • Breaking and/or entering
  • Larceny after break/enter
  • First-degree burglary
  • Larceny of motor vehicle
  • Two counts of possession of stolen goods/property
  • Possession of firearm by felon
  • First-degree kidnapping
  • Possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver Schedule II controlled substance
  • Three counts of identity theft
  • Felony conspiracy

Delamar was arrested July 27 and is being held in the Wake County Detention Center under a $1.07 million secured bond on all charges. He is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.


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