ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- A page on MySpace.com helped police in Alaska nab four people believed responsible for a string of church robberies in Anchorage.
One of the suspects, Moisae Martushev, 18, was charged with 34 counts of burglary, theft and criminal mischief after a minister saw him allegedly posing on MySpace with the church's stolen processional cross, The Anchorage Daily News reports.
The Rev. Bob Young of Holy Spirit Episcopal Church in Eagle River says he was tipped off to Martushev's page by a reporter.
When he downloaded it, Father Young saw a bare-chested Martushev posing with a gun in one hand and the church's cross in the other.
Martushev was arrested after he allegedly tried to pawn some of the other items stolen from churches.
Police say it's not the first time they've encountered clues on MySpace as teenagers increasingly use the site to brag about their exploits.