BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) - A nanny cam set up inside a Beavercreek home could end up solving a burglary.
Beavercreek police are trying to identify the suspect that the camera captured on July 22 in the 2300 block of Grange Hall Road.
Police say the residents came home to discover their home was burglarized. They say the thief stole a 9mm handgun, jewelry, a laptop, some small electronics and cash.
The nanny cam video shows the suspect rummaging through dresser drawers and checking out items to steal.
Police describe the man as tall with a large frame, in his 20s.
Call the Beavercreek Police Department tip line at 320-7393 if you recognize the suspect.
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