Witnesses to a reported burglary Monday afternoon were able to give police a description of a vehicle seen leaving the scene and one of those witnesses found the vehicle later that day, allowing police to arrest one of the alleged suspects.

Witnesses to a reported burglary Monday afternoon were able to give police a description of a vehicle seen leaving the scene and one of those witnesses found the vehicle later that day, allowing police to arrest one of the alleged suspects.

Davies Heard, 29, who is currently on probation, was identified from a photo lineup shown to witnesses, who said Heard was one of three men they saw carrying a large-screen television from a house in the 800 block of West 27th Avenue at 4:18 p.m.

Detective Jeremy Oswalt reported that the witnesses said the three men put the television in a gold-colored Buick with a white hood and then fled the scene. A witness later found a car matching that description in front of a house in the 1300 block of West 20th Avenue.

Oswalt reported that the owner of the house on West 27th told police that in addition to a 52-inch television, a Play Station 2 game console, Xbox 360 and an Xbox Kinect were missing.

Police said a window at the house was broken and the back door was open when they arrived.

After the witness found the car, Oswalt reported that police spoke to Heard, who said two men had borrowed his car and when they returned, put a big-screen television in his house. The serial number of that television matched the serial number of the one that had been reported stolen. Oswalt reported that Heard denied any involvement in the burglary.

Heard had prior convictions for aggravated assault and being a felon in possession of a firearm and served a prison sentence for residential burglary, theft of property and aggravated assault.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $25,000 cash-only bond for Heard after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge him with residential burglary and theft of property.

The Public Defenderís Office was appointed to represent Heard and he was told to come back to court Oct. 30.