Top 9 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Smooth Criminal Breaks Into Building, Starts Dancing
Other top surveillance videos of the week include a burglar with a heart of gold, a brazen sidewalk robbery and more.
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In this week’s Top Surveillance Videos…
Do you ever get that feeling where you just want to dance? You know what I’m talking about — maybe your favorite song just came on the radio, or you accomplished something you’ve been working really hard on.
This week’s top videos shows that no matter who you are, sometimes dancing is just too hard to resist.
An office security camera caught 43-year-old David Seale break into the building using what police say was a copied set of keys. The footage shows Seale enter the building with a bag. He then puts the bag down and begins to bust a move.
He then goes outside to grab another bag and does another dance. Despite his smooth moves, this criminal wasn’t able evade sweet justice. He would end up being nabbed by police after fleeing the scene of the crime.
Also this week…
There’s nothing I hate more than scumbags harming defenseless animals. This week’s installment features a “catnapping” (not a person sleeping), but also a burglar who does something good for an animal.
A man breaks into a house and is greeted by a happy dog. The friendly canine eventually makes his way outside. As the burglar leaves, he has the decency to call the dog back inside. Did he still commit a crime? Yes, but it’s nice to see he has some morals.
Make sure to check out the rest of this week’s surveillance videos which include a fast food fight, chaos at a gas station and much more!
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