Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.A man in California was arrested Sunday after he allegedly stole a specimen that was to be tested for coronavirus from a hospital, according to police.The Davis Police Department said on Facebook that 40-year-old Shaun Lamar Moore of Davis was taken into custody after he was spotted riding a bicycle.Authorities had been searching for Moore for nearly 24 hours after employees at Sutter Davis Hospital reported that a person entered the facility around 1:35 p.m. Saturday and stole a COVID-19 specimen that was awaiting lab testing.CORONAVIRUS IN THE US: STATE-BY-STATE BREAKDOWNAccording to police, the department received a call around 6:15 p.m. Saturday that a sealed COVID-19 specimen was found in a shopping cart at the CVS Pharmacy in Davis.“At that point, confirmed it hadn’t been opened or tampered with based on the security seals,” Davis Police Deputy Chief Paul Doroshov told FOX40. Shaun Lamar Moore, 40, was arrested on a burglary charge after allegedly stealing specimen that was to be tested for coronavirus, according to officials. (Davis Police Department)Based on tips from the homeless community, investigators said they were able to track down Moore by Sunday morning

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