In the video the suspect is seen hitting and repositioning the camera with a 7-foot wooden trim found on yard of the residence, according to police.
Police and residents in Fremont credit the increased use of home surveillance cameras for a sharp drop in burglaries. The cameras have become so popular that Thursday’s police workshop on surveillance was moved to a larger venue.
Police are reviewing footage from a Lefty O’Doul’s surveillance camera, which may have caught two men who robbed a jewelry store Wednesday afternoon in the 300 block of Geary Street.
The first of several security cameras being installed in Oakland’s Fruitvale District went up Thursday at the restaurant where the longtime owner and community leader was shot to death.
Sixteen new surveillance cameras were installed in Oakland’s Chinatown as a crime deterrent after the Asian community gathered to discuss ways to improve safety in their community.