VIDEO: Surveillance Video Captures Burglars Breaking into Lakewood Home

The home burglary that occurred in Lakewood over Shabbos was caught on the victim’s home surveillance camera.

The video shows the burglars entering from a rear door after shattering the glass in broad daylight – approximately 2:30 PM. The homeowners were away for Shabbos.

They made off with cash and jewelry.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Lakewood Police Department.


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  1. Looks like the burglary was done in broad daylight.
    Curious to know whether the burglars had prior knowledge that the homeowners would be away for Shabbos. Or maybe the burglars live nearby and recognize the homeowners’ car, and saw that the car was not parked there for Shabbos, and realized the homeowners were away for Shabbos.
    That’s a lot of speculation on my part; I’m just shooting the breeze and playing detective.

  2. Cameras inside alone are basically useless. You need them outside with motion detection.

    You must have entry sensors on windows and doors; glass break sensors; motion detectors all set to instant on when you’re not home. Set it and leave and let dispatch send the police.

  3. The best place to hide a little bit of $ is a large bag of moth balls. Make sure the $ is in the center of the bag.
    On Amazon you can buy a huge bag of moth balls for about $10.

  4. Phew! I’m so glad that he’s wearing a mask to stop the spread and flatten the curve. Seriously though, this is terribly sad. Do this in my house and they’ll be looking down the barrel of a 12 gauge.

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