A Manhasset man faces burglary charges after he was caught breaking into a Plandome Heights home and later connected to three other recent break-ins, according to the Nassau County Police Department.

The homeowner, 66, found the man, Michael Demedina, 59, inside the homeowner's Winthrope Road home about 6:40 p.m. Saturday and called 911, according to a department news release. Demedina had taken a wallet with cash and credit cards inside, according to the release.

Responding officers found Demedina a short time later and arrested him without incident, the release said. Demedina was also "responsible" in thefts on July 11 in North Hills and August 14 and 23 in Manhasset, according to the release, which did not say how or why he was linked to the other crimes.

Demedina was charged with burglary, grand larceny and related crimes, with bail set Sunday at a bond of $20,000 or $10,000 in cash, according to online court records; it had not been posted. He was represented by the Legal Aid Society of Nassau County, whose practice is not to comment to the press.

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