Police relying on home’s security footage to solve alleged home burglary case
OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say they are searching for a man who may know something about a home burglary that was caught on the victim’s home surveillance system.
Officers were called to a home in the 2900 block of N.W. 32nd St. after the victim said she had watched someone break into her home through a camera set up in the living room.
When police arrived, they say the fence was knocked down and the home’s back door had been kicked in, breaking the door frame.
Authorities were able to watch the surveillance footage and are now wanting to speak with a man who was seen on the footage.
Police say he was wearing a black OSU sweatshirt, a black OSU beanie, jeans and orange shoes.
However, officers say they do not think the man stole anything.
If you have any information on the crime, call police.
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