Skip to comments.Caught on Camera: Break-In at Santa Clara Electronics Company
Posted on 02/21/2014 11:15:24 AM PST by nickcarraway
New surveillance video shows a bold daylight break-in at a South Bay electronics company.
The video shows a burglar taking a crowbar to the doorframe of the employees' entrance at Silicon Valley Microelectronics. When he has some trouble, a second suspect helps him force the door open.
The Santa Clara company says it happened Sunday, Feb. 9, and that the burglars took an iMac desktop computer.
The company wants to recover the computer and its data.
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Anyone with information is asked to contact the Santa Clara Police Department.
0bama’s sons; as if anyone didn’t already know.
Why is the video spliced to show beginning-ending-middle?
Was really hoping to see a finger or two get in the crack of that door...
An IMac desktop?
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They probably took the least valuable thing in the place. Actually, maybe they did this company a favor.
Certainly was not an engineer’s workstation computer...........probably some secretary.
All that for one computer?
They wanted the hard drive data.
Yes, professional job to go after the data on that machine.
Wasn’t the building alarmed? I have worked on equipment in some tech companies and their security was tight. Where were the police that we keep being told are out there to protect us. You mean they really aren’t there to keep crime from happening, just to try and solve it after the fact?
Where were the police??
They were checking the local Dunkin donut shop doors.
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