A suspect wanted in connection with a burglary during which his alleged accomplice was stabbed to death has been arrested by police in Kent.Billy Jeeves, 28, has been on the run since the burglary at the home of Richard Osborn-Brooks in Hither Green, London, on April 4.Police said he was located and detained in north Kent on Friday afternoon. It is believed Jeeves, 28, was the accomplice who fled the scene after career criminal Henry Vincent was stabbed with a screwdriver by 78-year-old Mr Osborn-Brooks.Vincent later died of his injuries. Police have told Mr Osborn-Brooks faces no further action over the stabbing at his home in south-east London.Scotland Yard said: “Police recently appealed for information regarding a man they wanted to trace in connection with an aggravated burglary in Hither Green, Lewisham.”Billy Jeeves, aged 28, was located and detained in north Kent at approximately 5.30pm on Friday April 20 by officers from the Met’s Homicide and Major Crime Command, with support from officers from the Territorial Support Group and officers at Kent Police.”He has been arrested on suspicion of two counts of burglary, theft and possession of a controlled substance. “He has been taken into custody at a Kent police station. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Henry Vincent died from his injuries “No other persons are being sought in connection with this investigation. Enquiries continue.”Since the incident, Vincent’s friends and family have sparked outrage among locals in the usually quiet south London neighbourhood by laying flowers and cards opposite the still boarded-up home of Mr Osborn-Brooks and his wife Maureen.The tributes have repeatedly been torn down by neighbours and well-wishers angry that the career criminal is being remembered in such a way, only to spring up again within days.Mr and Mrs Osborn-Brooks are reportedly living in a safe house and plan to sell their property.