A 65-year-old man from New York Time and time again break into daycare They stole diapers and left money and strange notes to the staff asking them to “play along” while acting as if he was a baby.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office arrested Daniel R. Celler, 65, a Holly resident on Feb. 18 after he broke into the Inspiration! Learning and Child Care Center in Clarkson Township, about 20 miles west of Rochester.
The center’s manager told authorities that on January 30 an employee found $120 and a note asking if the nursery had any adult-sized diapers and if the staff could “play with him,” WHAM reported. The manager said employees found a similar note with $200 attached a week later.
The daycare center installed a security camera after the first incident and reported it to the police.
On the morning of February 11—a Saturday—the monitoring system alerted employees of activity at the daycare center. Upon arriving at the facility, the principal said she found someone had rummaged through the diaper basket and left another note and more money.
The note reportedly included the sizes of pants, shoes, bras, and dresses and indicated that the man wanted to play as a child He referred to himself as “Baby Daniel”.
The following Saturday, the staff was again alerted by the security system, and a video showed a man trying to put multiple diapers together to make a large diaper. The principal said the man ran to the bathroom during the incident, pulled his pants down, put on a nappy, then put his pants back on and walked out of the child care facility.
director Call the police again And she reported what she saw in the video. The incident also included Siler allegedly drinking half a bottle of formula, using a bib and stealing a total of three diapers.
Zeller was arrested and charged with burglary and petty theft, the Women’s Health Center reported. He was released after a summons.
Police said Seiler confessed to the series of incidents and said he was working through addiction.
The owner of the incubation center said the staff did not know Zeller and had since increased security at the facility.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment Sunday.