GREENWOOD — A string of burglaries at seasonal camps near Patch Mountain Road in Greenwood is being investigated by the Oxford County Sheriff’s Office.

One arrest has already been made in connection to the case, and investigators are pursuing other suspects. 

According to Detective Tom Harriman, Deputy Andrew Whitman arrested Jason Michael Curtis, 23, of Greenwood on Dec. 18 in connection to an early morning break-in at a Patch Mountain Road residence. 

Curtis was charged with theft, burglary and failure to appear for a court date. According to the Oxford County Jail, he was released on bail Friday under a Maine Pre-Trial Services Contract.

Curtis’ arrest led investigators to a number of other seasonal camps that also had been burglarized, Harriman said. According to Oxford County Sheriff’s Office activity logs, some of the residences showed “extensive damage” as a result of the break-ins. 

Harriman would not go into further detail because the case is an open investigation, but said deputies were looking into a number of leads in relation to the break-ins. 

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