Sunday, November 20, 2011


As they barged their way into Jeanne Thomas's empty home, these thieves thought they were onto a winner.  
What they hadn't bargained on was the fact that she was watching them on an internet feed from her home webcam and on the phone to the cops. 

Thomas, 43, had switched on the internet feed  in the hope of her to see her dogs playing, she expected little more than a bit of distraction from work.
What she hadn't anticipated seeing was burglars raiding her home.
Phoning the police the 43-year-old continued to watch in suspense, telling the dispatcher: "This is unbelievable. He doesn't even know I'm sitting here watching all this.'
She had installed the home video monitor last October because she had been robbed, and that protection was well worth it after the second  burglary was thwarted.
When police arrived at the scene, they found Ms Thomas' safe, a 37-inch flat screen television, a video game console and games all lined up on her bed, ready to be packed away. 
After approximately three minutes, the men appear visibly concerned, running around the home trying to figure out a way out as they must have heard police approaching.
The men were identified as Curtis Williams, 20, and Steven Morales, 19, and were arrested by police at the scene.
Two other men, Scott George and Jonathan Cruz, both 20- were also arrested for having helped plan the crimes.

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