Top 9 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Naked Man Breaks Into House With Baseball Bat
Other top surveillance videos of the week include the “world’s worst Door Dash driver,” an armed dog theft and more.
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In this week’s Top Surveillance Videos…
Home burglaries are scary enough, but there are additional factors you can add to make the scenario even more terrifying. For example, if the suspect is armed … or naked.
That combined scenario recently took place in Houston. Surveillance video shows a man wandering around a home completely naked, except for shoes, while also wielding a baseball bat.
He eventually uses the bat to smash out a window and enters the home. Fortunately, no one was home during the incident. The family had actually recently moved because they said the neighborhood was becoming too dangerous.
Police would end up arresting the suspect and noted he was on drugs.
Also this week…
If something works, keep doing it. Right? That’s likely the thinking behind a brazen thief that has been haunting a Philadelphia-area autobody shop.
Surveillance footage shows a surprisingly well-dressed suspect rummaging through cars in the lot. The business owner says cars are frequently towed to the shop in the middle of the night and that is when the bandit strikes. The suspect has stolen items such as expensive tools and radios.
Make sure to check out the rest of this week’s top surveillance videos, which include a rideshare carjacking, a smash and grab at Macy’s and more.
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