Catch of the Month Newsletter: Auto Dealer Thieves Lose Police Hide and Seek
Our Catch of the Month video shows that thieves can run, but they can't hide from Stealth live video monitoring.
Watch the Video: Auto Dealer Thieves Lose Police Hide and Seek
These dealership criminals were prepared and weren't taking any chances. They wore black masks so they couldn't be identified by video cameras and had a sledgehammer. But Stealth was watching live. The thieves tried to escape three police officers. Stealth kept police apprised of the criminals' location. Police stopped the suspects' car and had it towed.
Why Have Cameras If They're Not Watched?
Also in the newsletter several businesses suffered theft over $100,000. They all had video surveillance cameras but the cameras weren't watched live. In most cases the criminals also stole vans or trucks on the site or nearby property that they later abandoned.
> Miami Warehouse Designer Sunglasses
The criminals stole $100,000 in merchandise, plus the security camera and video.
> Dallas Luxury Boutique
About 12 thieves stole expensive purses women’s shoes worth up to $15,000 each.
> Los Angeles Warehouse Computer and Electronics
Thieves cut a hole in a roll-up loading dock door. Stolen merchandise was valued at hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Stealth proactive live surveillance can detect and deter crime for greater security while reducing security guard and other expenses. A Stealth operator can see unusual activity, activate an audible warning to deter criminals, and call the local police.
Stealth Monitoring is the leader in live video surveillance with over 9,000 watched cameras. Stealth specializes in proactive and intelligent live video monitoring that can significantly improve threat protection and police response. Clients include shopping centers, warehouses, office buildings, industrial facilities, apartments, car dealerships, schools and other businesses with outdoor assets. They range from large global enterprises to single locations.