PURCELL, Oklahoma - Police are looking for a man who was caught on a trail camera, breaking into a Purcell home, just off North Canadian Ave., back on Nov. 14th and 15th.

Jeff Ticer, the owner of the home, says this is the sixth time his property has been burglarized within the past year. Currently, Ticer and his wife live in Oklahoma City, but they were trying to renovate their house in Purcell after they inherited the property from family. Every time, they’ve had to file a report with police and their insurance.

“When you call dispatch and they say, ‘Mr. Ticer it's you again,’ which they haven't done, but it feels like they should know me by now,” Tice says.

While the work was being done, the house was understandably vacant. Because of that thieves have only gotten away with building supplies, various home goods, and tools. Recently, some of those tools were found at a Norman pawn shop.

“Write your serial numbers down. Every time we get broken into, that's the first thing, what do you have serial numbers of,” Ticer says.

Family says they still have plans to move-in, but as they work to pick up the pieces they ask for your help. If you can identify this man, please give Purcell Police a call.