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Vandal Jumps on Cars at Auto Dealership
Do you know what's happening on your property late at night? This Catch of the Month incident occurred at an auto dealership in Arlington, Texas. You may have seen this video on national television.
The suspect parks outside the dealership gate. Stealth Monitoring operators watch the individual to determine if there is anything unusual. He enters the dealer lot and tries to open a car door. Stealth operators activate the audio speaker. This does not deter him.
The man jogs through the dealership when he hears the warning audio. He tries to get in more cars. Unsuccessful, he gets progressively more violent. Stealth Monitoring then calls the local police to report the trespasser.
He elbows a window. He climbs on top of a car. He stamps on the windshield several times. Eventually he breaks through the glass. He reaches in and grabs the broken glass to get it out of the way. He cuts himself on the glass.
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The vandal jumps on the windshield repeatedly until he's able to make a larger opening. He tears out the rear view mirror and throws it away. Finally he slides inside the car.
The vandal leaves the vehicle through the car door and walks through the dealership lot. A few minutes later multiple police cars arrive.