• Home surveillance camera captures car break-in

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    BUTLER, Pa. - Authorities in Butler County are looking for a man who was caught on home surveillance camera breaking into several cars.

    According to police, more than a dozen cars have been broken into in the past two weeks in Butler Township.

    Scott Malloy told Channel 11’s Amy Marcinkiewicz that he’s had his own surveillance cameras installed for about a year.

    Recently, Malloy said his cameras caught the man breaking into his car.

    “He took his time. He was there for about five minutes,” Malloy said.

    Malloy said nothing was stolen from his car, but others haven’t been as lucky.

    “I’m telling my neighbors and they’re talking to me about it. We are keeping an eye out for each other until they catch this guy,” Malloy said.

    Investigators said they’ve seen Malloy’s videos and are working to identify a suspect.

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