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Hinsdale Police Want To Talk To The Guy In This Video

Police seeking public's help in identifying the person in this video who may have information about some car burglaries that took place overnight on April 7.

Hinsdale Police released this home security video of a person that appears to be looking in cars on April 7, the night several car burglaries were reported.
Hinsdale Police released this home security video of a person that appears to be looking in cars on April 7, the night several car burglaries were reported.

Hinsdale Police would like to talk to the person depicted in this video from a home security camera peering into a car during the overnight hours of April 7 when a number of car burglaries were reported in the area.

The video was procured from "Block Watch," a new Hinsdale Police initiative that encourages citizens to register their home security cameras with the police to both deter and solve neighborhood crime.

After taking reports for car burglaries in the 200 block of Justine Avenue and the 600 block of Woodside Avenue, police were able to contact the residents that registered their camera with Hinsdale Police Department.

The police are asking other residents to check their home systems to see if they can provide another possible image of the alleged burglar from the night of April 7.

For more information about Block Watch or to register your outdoor security camera, contact Investigative Assistant Nancy Anetsberger by email at nanetsberger@villageofhinsdale.org or by phone  at 630-789-7080.

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