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Crime Woman 'Had Feeling' of Being Watched in Bed, Security Camera Shows Thief

05:05  22 june  2021
05:05  22 june  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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A Rochester, Pennsylvania woman reported feeling as if she was being watched while sleeping Monday morning, then woke up to saw a burglar in her house.

a close up of a sink: Security footage shows a man sneaking into a woman's house via her children's bedroom window. This is a stock photo depicting a home indoor security camera. © iStock/Getty Security footage shows a man sneaking into a woman's house via her children's bedroom window. This is a stock photo depicting a home indoor security camera.

At approximately 2:15 a.m. local time, security footage shows a man moving a fan from an open window and climbing into the bedroom of a woman's two children, aged 3 and 4, according to WTAE-TV. The man walked into the woman's bedroom and stole her phone from near her head while she slept.

"I had a feeling someone was watching me so I opened my eyes and seen a blurry figure walking towards the door as fast as [they] could," she told WTAE-TV. The woman did not want to be identified for fear of retaliation.

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Home security cameras have changed a lot in recent years. Security cameras are more affordable than they used to be , come in both wired and wireless versions, and can connect to the internet so you can monitor your property from nearly anywhere. For home security purposes, security cameras have been shown to deter opportunistic thieves , who may go elsewhere if they spot one. A study by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte shows that security cameras were the most effective deterrents to break-ins, with 50% saying they would abandon their attempts if they saw a camera .

Though it appears that the phone was the only thing stolen, she says that the incident upset her children.

"My girls are scared and said the boogeyman came through the door and [do not] want to go to sleep. Doesn't want to leave our sides. Does not want to leave grandma or grandpa's side," she said.

Police said they were investigating, however, the suspect remains at large.

"I just feel like I just want everybody to be safe at night because with this guy still being out on the run we don't know who he is and it's scary," the woman said.

Newsweek reached out to Rochester Borough police for further information or comment.

Another break-in attempt was recently recorded on a home video surveillance camera. In Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon at about 2:40 p.m. local time, a 34-year-old suspect was recorded walking around a family's home while nude. The video appears to show the man kill the family's parakeets by removing the two birds from their cage, throwing them to the ground and stomping on them.

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The video was taken on Monday and shows multiple onlookers filming a man stuffing a trash bag full of items from a Walgreens and then riding away on a Lyft bike, the biggest threat to his theft a half-hearted attempt by an observing security guard trying to take his bag. ABC7 reporter Lyanne Melendez took the footage while on her day off and said the bizarre video only exemplifies the out-of-control crime plaguing the city. What seems random is often thieves filing orders of - over the counter drugs and cosmetics - hitting multiple stores in day and turning items over to organized crime outlets.

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"My kids were the ones who found their dead birds with broken necks inside the house," Mat Sabz, the owner of the home, told KABC-TV. Sabz added that the incident was "extremely traumatizing" for him and his family, even though he was the only member of the family home at the time. Sabz's wife saw the suspect inside the house remotely and told Sabz, who then called the police.

Before killing the birds, the surveillance video shows the suspect getting into the family's pool and walking around the backyard. He appears to enter the home wearing a towel via the garage after finding a garage door opener in an unlocked vehicle.

Paul Kiyan, the suspect identified by the Los Angeles Police Department, is charged with burglary and animal cruelty.

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