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MWC Police: Burglary Suspect Hits Surveillance Camera With Shovel

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After a few minutes of scoping out the area, the suspect takes a shovel from his truck and hits another surveillance camera nearby. After a few minutes of scoping out the area, the suspect takes a shovel from his truck and hits another surveillance camera nearby.
MIDWEST CITY, Oklahoma -

A metro police department is putting out a warning about a burglary suspect with a shovel.

It's a crime you just have to see to believe. The Midwest City Police Department posted the video to their Facebook page Monday night.

It shows the suspect driving up in a cream and gray colored pick-up truck. He then gets out and walks over to a trailer in a parking lot on Air Depot Boulevard near S.E. 15th.

After a few minutes of scoping out the area, the suspect takes a shovel from his truck and hits another surveillance camera nearby. His only downfall -- he missed the second camera recording his every move.

The owner of the trailer, Book Our Dj's, told News 9 that several thousand dollars worth of professional audio equipment was stolen in addition to damage to the trailer. 

If you know who this guy is, Midwest City Police would like to hear from you.

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