The suspect accused of vandalizing the Islamic Center of Fort Collins on Sunday reportedly admitted to the crime.

Joseph Scott Giaquinto, 35, was arrested Monday after he was identified as a suspect and interviewed by Fort Collins police detectives. During the course of the interview, he "admitted to committing the crime in detail," according to a copy of his arrest affidavit obtained by the Coloradoan on Tuesday afternoon. Detectives identified him as a suspect based on evidence at the scene, but they did not specify what evidence they used.

Giaquinto reportedly told detectives he came onto the Islamic Center premises without permission and caused the damage. Then, he told detectives, he returned to his nearby home to retrieve a Bible, which he brought back to the center and threw inside, according to his affidavit.

When detectives obtained a search warrant for Giaquinto's apartment, they reportedly found more items linking him to the crime, according to his affidavit.

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