Intruders Caught on Homeowner’s New Security Cameras
A burglary suspect is caught looking straight into a home surveillance camera in South Pasadena. Kate Larsen reports for the NBC4 News on Friday, Oct. 21, 2016. (Published 2 hours ago)
A South Pasadena homeowner installed security cameras just in time to capture close-ups of intruders Tuesday inside the residence.
Three men broke into the home in the 1200 block of Via Del Rey by climbing over a side gate and smashing through a sliding door at the rear of the property. The men are not in the house for long — the break-in triggered an alarm.
Security camera video shows one of the men looking around with a flashlight. At one point, he appears to look at the camera, one of several installed just a few days before the break-in, as he shines the light in its direction.
It was not immediately clear whether any items were stolen.
A South Pasadena homeowner installed security cameras just in time to capture close-ups of intruders Tuesday Oct. 18, 2016 inside the residence. (Published Friday, Oct. 21, 2016)
No arrests were reported.
Published at 8:35 AM PDT on Oct 21, 2016 | Updated 2 hours ago
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