Burglary live on the Internet
A Florida woman watched intruders rob her home via live Internet surveillance feed from office, CNet has reported. Shocked to see two men burglarising her residence in real time, she immediately called 911 to report the burglary. Watch videoworld Updated: Apr 10, 2009 17:35 IST
A Florida woman used Internet to stop her house being burgled on Thursday, CNet reported. Monitoring a live Internet video feed of the interior of her home from office, she was shocked to see two men burglarising her residence in real time.
Jeanne Thomas, 43, was seated at her office desk when two strangers appeared in her living room. The police officials said that the intruders got into Thomas's house through a doggie door at the rear side. She immediately called 911 to report the burglary.
Police stormed her home and arrested two men, Curtis Williams, 20, and Steven Morales, 19. Two other suspects, Scott George and Jonathan Cruz, both 20, were also arrested for helping plan the burglary.
Thomas had set up the live video stream in last October after her home was looted. The video from inside Thomas's house was uploaded on the YouTube by the Boynton Beach Police Department.
First Published: Apr 10, 2009 16:36 IST