Half-eaten burrito leads to arrest for anti-abortion office firebombing

In a move that has stunned many, a half-eaten burrito has led to the arrest of a man accused of firebombing an anti-abortion office in Wisconsin.

The incident occurred on March 10th when the office of Pro-Life Wisconsin in Madison was set on fire. Security cameras captured a man throwing a Molotov cocktail at the building, and the police were able to identify the suspect as 37-year-old William Robertson.

When police arrested Robertson, they found a half-eaten burrito in his car. The burrito had been purchased from a local restaurant, and the Madison Police Department was able to use DNA from the burrito to link it to Robertson.

The police also found a receipt from the restaurant in Robertson's car, which helped them to confirm his identity.

Robertson has been charged with attempted homicide and arson for the firebombing of the Pro-Life Wisconsin office. He is currently in custody and is being held on a $50,000 bail.

The arrest and conviction of Robertson, thanks in part to the DNA found on the half-eaten burrito, has been hailed as a victory for law enforcement. It is a reminder that even the smallest of clues can lead to the capture of a suspect.