Police Need Help to ID  Suspect Who Stole Property from Home that Was Being Fumigated

Police Need Help to ID Suspect Who Stole Property from Home that Was Being Fumigated

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HEMET, Calif. – Authorities are attempting to identify a burglary suspect who burglarized a home that was in the process of being fumigated.

The burglary took place in the 600 block of East Stetson Avenue in the City of Hemet on Saturday, April 20, 2019. The victims were having their home fumigated, due to the highly-toxic environment created during fumigation, they were not home.

The suspect walked up to the home and noticed the doorbell camera. He looked directly into it and then damaged it, police said. Although the doorbell camera was damaged, the video was saved in the cloud and was viewable. The suspect, who was not wearing any protective gear, entered the toxic house and stole items.

The Hemet Police Department would like to discuss this matter with the person depicted in the photos and on the video. If you know this person or can provide any information regarding this case, please contact us via phone (951) 765-2400, our new smartphone Hemet PD app or (866) 640-TIPS (8477).

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