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Have you seen this man? An Alhambra company believes he robbed its security cameras *Updated

An Alhambra-based mobile digital scanning company had two camera's installed as a safety precaution. But that did not stop a thief from stealing them in broad daylight. A remote backup of the video captured a man in a white Scion, with tinted windows, pulling up and stopping in the driveway.  

This is what the manager said he saw when the video was sent to him:

On 11/28/11 @ 10:47 a white Scion TC completely tinted, no license plate pulled up in the alley and stopped by my driveway. It stayed there for a few seconds then pulled forward out of camera shot. Then a young man comes walking from the direction of the Scion and walks up to the left side camera and rips it out, then runs over and rips out the second camera.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Alhambra police at (626) 570-5168 and its report number 11 – 8095.

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2 thoughts on “Have you seen this man? An Alhambra company believes he robbed its security cameras *Updated”

  1. Thanks Timmy for the catch. Found out the Scion in the picture was actually the owner's Scion (and you're correct, it was an xB). I took the picture down because I realized it was confusing. The thief's was a TC — we're going to try and post a video which shows the two vehicles.

  2. From the picture above that is not a scion Tc, it is a scion xB not sure if it very important but just wanted to point it out.