Stealth tracks property incidents and local crime trends to help clients with burglary prevention. It's part of our multi-tiered Total Service program, as these serial office building burglars learned.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Repeat Burglary Prevention & Arrest
In this Catch of the Month video a white van turns into this office complex at 4:11am. One man leaves the van. He looks at vehicles and office building units. He walks across a parking lot with what looks like a baseball bat in his hand.
How Stealth Monitoring helps with burglary prevention: Stealth maintains and updates individual property surveillance protocols based on previous incidents, type of property such as offices, and local crime trends. Video control room staff recognized this van from past burglaries and called the police.
The van leaves and returns three minutes later. The suspected serial burglar has what looks like a crowbar. The van driver and passenger leave the vehicle and return to the rear of the office building. The suspects start to run, but it's directly toward a waiting police car. The would-be thieves split up and race away through the office and industrial buildings nearby. Due to Stealth’s recognition of the van and call, the local police were dispatched early enough for effective burglary prevention. One of the fleeing suspects is arrested. A tow truck removes the suspects' white van.
Stealth Monitoring is a leader in proactive live surveillance with over 9,000 video cameras watched nationwide. Real-time video monitoring can detect and deter theft and crime to help clients with burglary prevention, while reducing security guard and other expenses. A Stealth operator can see unusual activity like past office burglary suspects and vehicle, activate a speaker warning to deter the thieves, and call the local police.
Please contact Stealth today for more information on video security solutions to address burglary prevention that help protect your office building, complex, or park, or other commercial property. Visit our web site to see actual videos of criminals being apprehended at office buildings and other businesses.