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Home Intruder Caught on Film in Texas After Breaking Into a House a Second Time

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“I’m sorry to have to say for the second time in 2 weeks our home has been broken into. We’re still a little in shock, but here’s video from this morning of the guy coming in through the doggie door (dogs weren’t home),” San Antonio resident Robert Stuckey wrote on Facebook last week along with a video of an intruder crawling through a small doggie door opening and then peeking into a cabinet before discovering the hidden camera. Even though he turned the camera around, his face was already caught on film for several seconds.

According to MySA.com, the intruder stole passports, a gun, and a cell phone from the home. Stuckey believes this is the same person who robbed his family a couple of weeks ago since the same areas of the home were rummaged through, and sometimes intruders will return to the same spot after they assume homeowners have replaced items. During the previous robbery,  jewelry, an Xbox, social security cards, and credit cards were stolen.

Stuckey hopes that the man will eventually be caught as the video spreads online. MySA.com writes that Stuckey lives in the “Oak Park Northwood neighborhood, on the North Side between Alamo Heights and Loop 410.”

I'm sorry to have to say for the second time in 2 weeks our home has been broken into. We're still a little in shock, but here's video from this morning of the guy coming in through the doggie door (dogs weren't home). Please share to any San Antonio friends in hopes someone recognizes him.

Posted by Robert Stuckey on Tuesday, January 9, 2018