Each year there are an estimated 2,329,9501 annual burglaries nationwide, with an annual loss by victims of approximately $3.1 billion (FBI – 1999). Normally we have people pick up a surveillance camera after their home or a friends home or business is broken in, after it’s too late. This is a reminder that you need to be ready for the inevitable, it’s just a matter of time before your home or business is next to be broken into.
Breaking & entering suspects caught on surveillance cam
By ASHLEY PHILLIPS
Gazette Staff Writer
The message to criminals is simple.
You break into our home, someone may be catching you on tape.
That fact was driven home at the tail end of last weekend’s blizzard when a neighbor’s surveillance camera caught an image of thieves who broke into a local family’s truck and garage. A letter to the editor family member Sandy Goodman wrote that appeared in Thursday’s edition of the Gazette expressed appreciation for such surveillance systems in battling home break-ins.
“Really, you never know who is watching at what given moment,” she said.
Sunday morning, Goodman received a knock on the door from police telling her the window on her truck was broken.
“We really didn’t have any valuables in the truck except a coat,” she said.
Still, for the thieves it was better than nothing, and they took the coat and stole a garage door opener to try getting into the garage.
“My husband was rebuilding an engine and they tried to steal it. It was halfway down the alley on a dolly,” Goodman said Thursday.
Frustrated and angry, Goodman realized one of her neighbors had a camera that would have the truck in its sights.
“I didn’t want them to get away with this at all,” she said.
Goodman asked her neighbor if she could review the tape, and sure enough, from the time the thieves started making their way to her vehicle to the time they left, everything was on tape.
“I was so glad – I mean, you could really see one guy’s face really well,” she said.
Taking her evidence to the police, one suspect was apprehended Wednesday.
This story ended with a happy ending, a neighbor had a camera that caught the punks red handed. Don’t wait until after you are robbed to look at setting up something to record the action.
Then we see another Nanny apparently shaking a small infant two times in this hidden video.
Nanny is caught on camera shaking then soothing 5-month-old girl
We found the new SecurShot Covert Color DVR recording Video Surveillance cube clock (whew…), which is the first completely self contained, SD card recording video spy camera that a crook can not tell is a video camera.
As this hideous picture shows, all prior cameras had a slot in the back for the SD card, a power light, a status light, and a video out cable port. Geez, how visable can a hidden camera be?
The new version of the SecureShot Total Covert-Color Cube Clock Radio can be put on any bookshelf, night stand, or table. There are no lights, sd card slots or anythign to alert attention to this as a hidden camera. They put in a hidden and secret trap door that exposes the SD card and the video out plug. It sets up quickly by plugging into your video in on your TV, and with the click of the remote, it’s armed & ready to record the surveillance video of your nanny, babysitter, employees, house cleaner, child, spouse, or any punk that tries to break in.
Now you can have a completely self contained video surveillance system for your home or office that will record video whever it detects motion after you set it up with the simple remote control. No one can tell it is secretly recording their every move. The SecureShot Total Covert-Color Cube Clock Radio records at a super clear 640 X 480 High Resolution Video @ 10fps for good video quality so you can see their face & put them in jail.
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