CABOT, Ark. - Police need help identifying a suspect who broke into a man's home on Monday.
He's caught on camera rooting through the victim's bedroom, even putting gloves on before stuffing things into a bag.
Jason Garrison says he got an alert on his phone while at work, but dismissed it because he thought it was his cat setting off the motion sensor.
A few hours later he checked his notifications.
"I finally pulled [the video] up and when I did I saw the video of him going through my nightstand," says Garrison.
Having only moved into his house two weeks before, Garrison says he set up the surveillance just in case.
"I was in the military. I'm just paranoid I guess," says Garrison. "I just don't trust people and this is why."
He doesn't recognize the thief but says he made off with more than $2,000 worth of electronics.
"To actually, physically watch someone do it, I think made it 1000 times worse as far as being angry about it," says Garrison.
Among the items taken was the tablet recording the surveillance video. Garrison says it sent him a video of someone talking from inside what he believes is the suspect's house.
Now, he's hoping the video will help identify the brazen burglar.
Garrison is offering a cash reward for information leading to an arrest.
If you know anything call Cabot Police.
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