After Being Hit With Multiple Burglaries Neighbors Pitch In To Install Surveillance Cameras

“Enough is enough”, is what one development who has been plagued by car burglaries, says. A complex which has been hit with multiple car-break-ins over the last few months, has decided to take action and install surveillance cameras throughout the entire development, residents of the development and the installation company tell TLS.

The Lakewood-based installation company says they will be installing multiple high-resolution cameras mounted to several homes at the entrances to the development, which will have capabilities of clearly capturing faces and license plates, even in the areas with very low lighting. The streaming footage will be able to be monitored through a computer and will also be stored on an external harddrive, the company says.

If a burglar is caught doing anything suspicious or illegal in the area, the residents intend to turn the information in to police.

Video footage posted on TLS earlier this week of a suspected car-burglar attempting to break in to vehicles, was captured with a low resolution surveillance camera. The identity of the suspect has not yet been confirmed.

So burglars, smile! You may be on camera! TLS.

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  1. i remember in the 60″s we had neighborhood watch programs. a group of homeowners would catch someone vandalizing a car and the neighborhood would watch them dole out the “fine” in the middle of the street! the only “cameras” involved were from the news reporters commending them on the capture.

  2. So who is watching these cameras all day and night long?? If you just locked your houses and cars you would deter crime a little more..making it ez for them is what they go by..and criminals go where they they can get into and out of quick, an open window & an unlocked car door..come one stop helping them and you might not have to have Cameras on your houses

  3. Solution 1: Spend $15,000 on this surveilence system, the robbers won’t see the cameras and break into your car anyway

    Solution 2: Spend $0 by locking your car and the robber will move along because 99/100 times, they will not break a window and draw attention to themselves for a $75 GPS

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