One alleged thief couldn’t resist one thing… and it ended up leading to his arrest

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) РA lot of people take a break from Facebook because they find themselves on the social media site a little too often.

However, one man in Minnesota may be too addicted for his own good.

According to WCCO, James Wood came home to find his house had been ransacked.

However, his computer was still there and was pulled up to a specific Facebook page.

Investigators say as 26-year-old Nicholas Wig was searching for valuables in Wood’s home, he also logged onto his Facebook page.

Wood decided to update Wig’s status since he was still logged in and shared his photo, warning his friends to watch out for him.

Wood told Wig to contact him, saying he had left a few things at his house the night of the crime.

Wig agreed to meet Wood under the impression the two would exchange items.

As Wig reached the home, Wood called police.

He was arrested and could face up to 10 years in prison.