Police have arrested the less-than-brilliant criminal who targeted the home of one smart man: Nobel Prize-winning physicist Roy Glauber. Last month, a Maine man, Stephen Beaulieu, broke into Glauber’s Boston home, taking away his Nobel Prize which had been awarded in 2005. The award, and other prizes, are still missing. “Obviously, they mean a great deal to me,” the 84-year-old scientist told the Boston Herald. “I cannot imagine what good they would be to anybody.” Beaulieu, police say, left a supermarket receipt and cigarette stub at the scene of the crime. He has pled not guilty.