After having his home broken in to, a Birmingham man decided to take security into his own hands.
The homeowner, who wished not to be named, got the shot he was hoping to capture when he had his security cameras installed.
"The camera system, this is why I got it," he said.
Wednesday's break-in of his Southside home isn't the first. He said he was also hit in June.
"This is from the last break in," he said he pointed to his front door that has been replaced because of the last break-in.
A 60-inch television, three guns, a passport and other personal items were stolen in June. Wednesday, his TV was once again hijacked.
In the surveillance video you can see the suspect pull up into the homeowner's driveway. The suspect heads to the front door first and knocks, waits around for a minute or so and once he realizes no one's home he heads to the back of the house.
There he checked windows and eventually took a brick and broke into the back door of the house. Once inside the home the suspect set off the sensor and sounded the security alarm.
He still made it a point to steal the homeowner's television and drove away.
"We've got to catch this guy. There's several people. We fell like if he gets caught maybe it will slow traffic down around here," said the homeowner.
Birmingham Police were also at the victim's house to take a look at the surveillance video.
If you have any information about the suspect and who he may be you're asked to call Birmingham Police.
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