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Man Recorded On Surveillance Camera Looking In Windows Of Long Island Home, Police Say

A man was caught on camera peeking into the windows of a Ford Solonga home, Suffolk County Police said. A man was caught on camera peeking into the windows of a Ford Solonga home, Suffolk County Police said.
A man was caught on camera peeking into the windows of a Ford Solonga home, Suffolk County Police said. Photo Credit: SCPD
A man was caught on camera peeking into the windows of a Ford Solonga home, Suffolk County Police said. A man was caught on camera peeking into the windows of a Ford Solonga home, Suffolk County Police said.
A man was caught on camera peeking into the windows of a Ford Solonga home, Suffolk County Police said. Photo Credit: SCPD
A man was caught on camera peeking into the windows of a Ford Solonga home, Suffolk County Police said. A man was caught on camera peeking into the windows of a Ford Solonga home, Suffolk County Police said.
A man was caught on camera peeking into the windows of a Ford Solonga home, Suffolk County Police said. Photo Credit: SCPD

A suspicious man was caught on camera peeking into the windows of a home in an affluent Long Island neighborhood, Suffolk County Police said.

Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police investigators are attempting to locate a man who was recorded by a home surveillance camera looking into the windows of a home on Sunken Meadow Road in Fort Salonga.

Police said that the man was captured on camera at approximately 4:15 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 5. Investigators are seeking to interview him in connection to multiple burglaries and attempted burglaries within the Suffolk County Police Fourth Precinct’s jurisdiction.

Anyone with information regarding the suspect or the burglaries has been asked to contact Suffolk County Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-220-TIPS.

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