A man from Oklahoma is facing three felony charges after he admitted to stealing merchandise that includes almost $12,000 worth of Pokémon cards.
The crime took place at a gaming store in Missouri where the shop windows and display cases were shattered and Pokémon cards and other merchandise was stolen.
According to the police, blood found inside the store led to a DNA match to 24-year-old Nicholas Garrison.
Garrison later admitted that he had entered the business and stolen the items because he said he needed the money.
Charges against Garrison include first-degree property damage, stealing $750 or more, and second-degree burglary.