Caught In The Act: Trailer stolen from west Columbus neighborhood | #ESC_LLC #Police #Robbery #Investigation | Police say on November 11, around 6:45 a.m., a man driving a light colored Chevy Trail Blazer SUV entered a driveway on Fox Hollow Drive and cut the lock off the trailer that was in the driveway. Surveillance cameras captured the crook attach the trailer to his vehicle and drive off. (Please scroll down)
The box trailer is described as a Cargo Express, black, 6X10, 7 feet, V-Nose front end, man door on the passenger side and drop-down rear door. The trailer’s owner says the passenger side fender of this trailer has a noticeable dent and the front of the trailer has diamond plating 1/3 of the way up the front of the V-nose.
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Video surveillance systems are worth the cost when you consider that a video recording will many times reveal the culprit who commits a crime. Without this kind of evidence, it’s terribly difficult to prove that so and so was at the right spot at that specific time. Here are two past Weblog articles about video surveillance. –Al Colombo
3 Tips on How to Buy a Successful Video Surveillance System
The value of video surveillance in commercial settings is widely known and accepted. Over the years, the general public has come to understand that a picture is truly more effective than a thousand words. (click here)
The Value of Video Surveillance in Public and Private Spaces
No one wants to create a police state (well, most of us don’t), but I can tell you from experience that there is a valid need for video surveillance in public and private spaces and in today’s blog post I’m going to tell you why. (click here)