"Elvis" Robbed by Tatooed Man; Evidence Written All Over His Face, Say Cops

This photo provided by the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office shows Anthony Brandon Gonzales, who was arrested last week in the home invasion of an Elvis impersonator in Pueblo County, Colo. (AP Photo/Pueblo County Sheriff's Office)
Brandon Gonzalez (AP Photo)

PUEBLO, Colo. (CBS/AP) Police say a suspect in a Colorado home invasion had the evidence written all his face.  A tattoo above the upper lip of 20-year-old Anthony Brandon Gonzales led to his arrest last week, in connection with the April home invasion of an Elvis impersonator in Pueblo County.

A witness told police that one of the intruders had "East Side" tattooed on his upper lip. Gonzales also has a "13" tattooed on his chin in the shape of a goatee. According to an affidavit, the tattoos were visible during the burglary, even though Gonzales was wearing a mask.

Gonzales was already in jail on a separate drug charge. Police have now charged him with the April burglary, too. Sgt. Eric Bravo said his distinctive tattoo led to the charge, saying, "it's hard to miss him."