Criminal Arrested, Hoodie Doesn't Stop Live Video Monitoring - Shopping Center Security
This suspect wore his hoodie up over his head, which masked his face. But these surveillance cameras weren’t just recording. They were watched live, which led to his arrest.
At 3:02am an early morning trespasser walks through a Dallas shopping center. He wears his hoodie up over his head, which masks his face in front of a camera. He strolls by a restaurant patio.
But these security cameras were watched in real-time by Stealth Monitoring. A surveillance operator activates a speaker warning and calls the police.
The suspect ignores the audio warning and pays the price. He checks doors on the ground and second floor. Meanwhile police are on the way.
Stealth calls police about actual crimes in progress. Our calls can get priority dispatch, unlike alarm-based calls that frequently are false. As a result Stealth calls often result in police arriving while the perpetrator is on-site and they can make an arrest.
The trespasser breaks a window. Multiple Dallas Police officers arrive at the shopping center property and take the suspect into custody.
Shopping centers need to protect their buildings, HVAC units, and storefronts, as well as their tenants. Typical security concerns include loitering, dumpster diving, drug use, vandalism, copper theft, property damage, car and store break-ins, and store theft. Retail stores, such as the restaurant in the video, can house important assets such as cash, equipment, and expensive merchandise like drugs, legal marijuana, electronics, and luxury goods.
Stealth Monitoring live video surveillance cameras can be placed at entrances, parking lots and garages, roofs, alleys, storefronts, and other trouble areas. Stealth monitors watch commercial properties after the staff leaves for the night. Our live video monitoring can deter criminals before they have a chance to break-in and cause property damage and loss.