SAN FRANCISCO—Sean Gibson, 24, of San Francisco was arrested by San Francisco Police on October 20 for 22 auto burglaries.

Gibson was taken into custody and charged with 21 counts of auto burglary, one count of attempted auto burglary, possession of stolen property and possession of tools used to commit burglaries, according to a press release from the SFPD.

San Francisco Police Officers of the Southern Police Station took several weeks to investigate the burglaries, working alongside investigators from the Major Crimes Unit.

The Southern Police Stations officers conducted a search warrant at Gibson’s residence and found 2 stolen hand guns that were connected to 2 separate auto burglaries that took place in the City and County of San Francisco.

Investigators are taking necessary steps to determine whether or not the handguns were used in any recent assaults.

Albie Esparza, SFPD’s Public Information Officer, confirmed the news of Gibson’s apprehension via Twitter on October 28.  “Another great arrest by #SFPD of a prolific auto burglar!” He attached a photo of Gibson along with a press release regarding Gibson’s arrest.

According to San Francisco Examiner, prosecutors have said that Gibson is being held at County Jail on $523,000 bail and is scheduled to appear in court on November 5.

This is not the first auto burglary arrest to occur in San Francisco in the month of October. On October 6, 22-year-old Tobie Edwin was arrested in relation to a series of auto burglaries in San Francisco’s Marina District. San Francisco Police Department’s Northern Station Street Crimes Unit served a search warrant on a Glen District home where a Smith and Wesson handgun, $13,000 in cash, foreign currency and burglary tools were all found.