Temple started to notice their mail was missing and so was their money. Less than a week later, Draper Police say they found the man responsible.
A crime spree hit this quiet neighborhood in Draper. Not break-ins or burglaries, but theft of a different kind.
"If somebody is stealing my mail. There's all mind of crazy stuff that can happen," said Draper resident Tony DeGreef.
And it happened to several homes in this scenic neighborhood next to the Draper Temple.
"All the mailboxes were open when we came out Sunday morning and they were just left open and i thought that is just the strangest thing," said Draper resident Karie Wood.
Strange for Karie Wood because she had a lock on her mailbox. But the thief broke it and stole her mail, too. After ABC 4 Utah aired this story Tuesday night and posted the details on abc4.com, West Valley Police caught Kevin Humphries with a social security card, bank card, check book. None of the items belonged to him. Police also say they found methamphetamine on Humphries.
"If he would have asked for a can of soup we would have probably given it to him but it doesnt sound like he was just after a can of soup," said Wood.
While Humphries sits in jail, some neighbors still question the lingering effects.
"The information this thief has with me, is he going to pass it off to someone else? He knows where I live and that bothers me," said a neighbor who did not want to be identified.
Humphries faces seven felony counts and eight misdemeanor counts which include unlawful possession of another's identity and possession of a controlled substance, in this case, methamphetamine.