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Stolen game camera that captured images of alleged burglary suspect anonymously returned

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LUTHER, Okla. – A game camera that was stolen from an Oklahoma man was anonymously dropped off at the police station following a KFOR report.

James Partin told KFOR he installed a game camera on his property to capture images of the feral hogs that are damaging his property.

Feral hogs found on Partin's property

Feral hogs found on Partin’s property

He didn’t realize he would also capture images of trespassers.

Game camera captured image of trespassers on Partin's property

Game camera captured image of trespassers on Partin’s property

In early June, two people with fishing poles were spotted, who apparently couldn’t pass up the chance for a new camera.

Although the camera was stolen, what the alleged thieves didn’t realize is that the camera is also synced up with Partin’s phone.

The motion activated camera was sending pictures of the alleged thief to Partin’s phone.

“Funny thing is, they just don’t know, but it’s still getting pictures of them,” Partin said.

Officials say the game camera is now back in the hands of the rightful owner.

It was anonymously dropped of at the Luther Police Department following KFOR’s story.

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