The Rosenberg Police Department is hoping surveillance video will help lead to the arrests of the suspects wanted in connection to a string of vehicle burglaries.
At least seven vehicle break-ins happened between 7 p.m. Friday night and 7 a.m. Saturday morning in The Reserve subdivision off of Reading Road. In three cases, the thieves shattered windows to gain access. Four other vehicles had been left unlocked.
A homeowner's security cameras captured video of one of the suspects just before 5 a.m. In the video, a man is seen peering into a car in the driveway before moving on to a larger truck parked next to it. He then walked away, reappearing a few minutes later as he breaks the passenger's side window and reaches inside.
Jeremy Forks said the thief got away with little other than change.
“They left my Ray-Bans, they left my hat and my other valuables, but they took $2 in change,” said Forks.
He estimated the cost of replacing his window at $200. Forks said the suspect was wearing gloves and his truck's alarm wasn't triggered because the suspect didn't open its door.
Video courtesy of KTRH television partner KPRC Local 2.