PUEBLO, Colo. - Police say a suspect in a Colorado home invasion had the evidence written all over his face.

A tattoo on the upper lip of Anthony Brandon Gonzales, 20, led to his arrest last week in the April home invasion of an Elvis impersonator in Pueblo County.

A witness told police that one of the invaders 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 even though Gonzales was wearing a mask.

What led to Gonzales' arrest were witness statements that one of the suspects had "East Side" tattooed on his upper lip, an affidavit by Pueblo police Detective Cody Wager said.

The affidavit said Gonzales, a known gang member, is the only person police know who has that tattoo. Jail records show Gonzales also has a "13" tattooed on his face in the shape of a goatee.

"With 'East Side' tattooed on his upper lip, it's hard to miss him," said Sgt. Eric Bravo.