Home surveillance cameras catch crooks in action
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A man in Kansas City, Kan., is hoping home surveillance video will help police identify three burglars who broke into his home.
The burglary took place Wednesday, Nov. 27, near 99th and Georgia in Kansas City, Kan.
The homeowner, who did not want to be identified, had installed surveillance cameras after his home had been burglarized before. With the most recent crime caught on camera, he’s hoping this will be the last time crooks break in.
“I felt sick to my stomach,” he said. “Here we are living, we work hard for what we have and what we buy and in 10 minutes somebody can come in and take what you got.”
The man said the burglars stole two televisions, five guitars and a computer among other valuables.
If you can identify the suspects, contact police or call the TIPS Hotline at 816.474.TIPS. All calls to the TIPS Hotline remain anonymous.
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