Video: Intruder creeps around baby’s nursery while family sleeps

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Chilling home surveillance video shows a man creeping through a Texas family’s home — while they and their infant slept.

Video shows the man in the baby’s nursery walking around shining a flashlight, inspecting the baby’s room. At one point, the burglar even stopped to look at the sleeping infant.

According to KPRC Houston, the family didn’t even know an intruder had been inside their home until their neighbor discovered their belongings in their yard.

No one was injured in the incident, but it left the family feeling violated.

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    • Wayne

      I have some inside. Used one as a baby monitor because regular monitors had too much interference with all the wireless things people have in the neighborhood. I also have one looking towards the front door and one towards the back door. Perfect view to catch the face of someone coming through the door that shouldn’t be there. The outside cameras only catch a face if they look at it so usually a side profile, inside they have to walk through the door and usually looking straight ahead. Perfect time for a picture. The cameras are all hard wired though and the inside cameras have no external feeds. Indoor cameras are more common now than you think. I have installed several and been in places with them. Also this was a baby monitor, hints in the baby room. They sell a lot of these at Walmart, Target or any of those stores made by most of the major brands that make baby items.

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