Arrest made in stolen trailers used in doomsday bunker

Last Updated: Thursday, September 13, 2012, 10:10 AM EDT

A man accused of stealing a food truck and three other trailers, among others, to build a doomsday bunker in his backyard, is under arrest.

Kissimmee police arrested Roberto Gonzalez Broche, 26, Wednesday.

They say Broche stole an open trailer with equipment from a business on John Young Parkway on Monday. When they went to his house, they say they found a stolen food truck trailer, on top of a trailer buried in the ground.

In all, police say they found four trailers and a 2007 Honda Civic, all of which had been stolen from either Orlando or Osceola County.

Police say Broche told them he was building a doomsday bunker in the backyard.

He's facing charges of grand theft, criminal mischief and tampering with evidence in the case of the stolen trailer. More charges are coming for the rest of the stolen items.