Home Surveillance Cameras Help Berkeley Police Crack Down on Peeping Toms
Police have been keying-in on a North Berkeley neighborhood and their efforts are paying off -- they've arrested one suspected prowler and have just released video of a second. High resolution home surveillance cameras are making a difference. Andria Borba reports. (10-11-18)

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