Authorities say a con man who has made a living stealing from wealthy hotel guests around the world was arrested in Vermont.

Federal authorities say Juan Carlos Guzman-Betancourt was nabbed Sept. 21 at a gas station near the U.S.-Canadian border in Derby Line.

He is being charged with re-entering the U.S. after being deported.

He is wanted in Nevada on a 2006 warrant on a burglary charge.

Authorities say the 33-year-old Colombian has claimed at least 10 aliases, using his good looks and gift of gab to get into rooms and locked safes.

He has been convicted of larceny in Virginia and New York and fraud in Florida.

His lawyer, Michael Desautels, didn't return a call Tuesday.