Police looking for car thief caught on security camera

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Security camera footage shows a possibly Hispanic man wearing a camo jacket and hat getting inside the white 2001 Cadillac Deville and leaving west bound on Franklin St. Police say they searched the area but were unable to locate the vehicle.

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Valuable Crime Prevention Lesson Learned

ESC News! (image)The video that police officers looked at was obviously that of the service station where the car was stolen. First lesson here, of course, is do not leave your car running and unattended in the wrong end of town, or any end of town for that matter. Second lesson is to lock your car even if you’re going inside a place of business for a few minutes. It doesn’t take a lot of time for someone to steal it, even if they don’t have the keys.

If you own a business, such as a service station, or one where  you have a parking lot, be sure to have a quality video surveillance system, one that police can  obtain quality images from. For more information on  how to purchase a quality video surveillance system, read ESC’s 3 Tips on How to Buy a Successful Video Surveillance System, or connect with one of our video surveillance experts. Call 614-754-1393, send us an email at ESC@tpromo.com, or use the convenient contact form below!