A 21-year-old Indianapolis man is accused of breaking into a local museum several times and stealing jars of human brain tissue, according to Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department reports.
According to a police report, the total value of glass jars containing the human tissue was valued at approximately $4,800. The suspect, David Charles, an Indianapolis resident, was allegedly selling the stolen goods online.
After receiving a tip from a California man who reportedly purchased the stolen goods, police launched a sting at a south side Dairy Queen on Dec. 16. According to the police report, some of the stolen property was recovered.
The real question, of course, is whether he was verifying that the individuals to whom he was selling these brains had proper documentation to prove that they were zombies.
Via Fox 59 News.