Man wanted on suspicion of mosque burglaries in Arizona

The Arizona Attorney General's Office says a man suspected of breaking into mosques in Alabama and Virginia is now wanted in the burglary of two mosques in Chandler and Maricopa.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich says an arrest warrant was issued for Andrew Charles Chambers in connection to burglaries at the Masjid Bilal Rabah Mosque in Maricopa and Islamic Center of the East Valley in Chandler, in which donation boxes were taken.

The both incidents took place at the end of March. Authorities say surveillance video showed that Chambers had broken into both mosques. He faces charges of burglary, theft, possession of burglary tools and aggravated criminal damage.

The AG's office says Chambers is also wanted in Alabama and Virginia for similar crimes.

His last known address was in South Dakota.

Per the AG's office, Chambers could be using any of the following names as an alias: Martin Andrew, Flint Frank, Andy Chambers, Flint Franks, Steve Franks, Andrew Ghambers, Flint O'Neil.

Chambers is described as a white male, 6' 3" tall, weighing 180 pounds with blue eyes and blonde hair.

If you have any information regarding Chambers' whereabouts, contact the Arizona Attorney General's Office at (602) 542-5025.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.