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Victim Hopes Home Surveillance Will Help Catch Tire Thieves

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An Oklahoma City man woke up Tuesday morning to find the tires had been stolen off his SUV. An Oklahoma City man woke up Tuesday morning to find the tires had been stolen off his SUV.
The man now hopes his home's video surveillance will help bring the thieves to justice. The man now hopes his home's video surveillance will help bring the thieves to justice.

Jon Jordan, News 9

OKLAHOMA CITY -- An Oklahoma City man said he hopes to catch thieves that he caught on his home surveillance cameras stealing the tires from his SUV.

Bill, who did not want his real identity released, woke up Tuesday morning to find that the tires on his Chevy SUV had been stolen.

"I walk to my side of the car I look over and my wife's wheels are gone," Bill said.

With his home surveillance system, for nearly 15 minutes the suspects as many as three of them can be seen working to get the tires off the SUV.

"What gives them the right to steal something that's not theres, it's just not right," Bills said.

Without a drivable car, Bill has spent the past 24 hours dealing with his insurance company and having to spend his time and money getting a rental car due all from a theft Bill struggles to understand.

"I understand it's Christmas time but everybody has to sacrifice and buy what you can for your family. I mean come on, this is peoples' livelihoods here. They work hard," Bill said.

He said his only hope now is that someone may be able to identify the men involved

"I want these people brought to justice," Bill said.

Bill said at least one other person in his neighborhood also had the tires stolen off their vehicle.

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