If you want to steal some fancy technology, then, maybe, ugh, pick something that doesn’t record you stealing it and send the video to the owners phone?
According to the latest FBI crime statistics there was 327,374 Robberies nationwide, which accounted for about $390 million in losses.
Property crimes (Such as stealing recording Wi-Fi doorbells, and other things) was even higher at $14.3 billion in losses.
The man in this video, Kristopher Dabash was arrested a few days after the theft, on charges of petit larceny and conspiracy to commit a non-felony.
Andrew DiMino is the founder of Big Boy Bamboo, a T-shirt company in east Las Vegas, near Pecos Road and Patrick Lane. He was on vacation last week when he got a notification from his Ring Video Doorbell alerting him that someone was outside of his business.
“I said to my girlfriend, I said, ‘We’re being robbed!'” DiMino said.
He immediately contacted police and reviewed the video.
The doorbell captured a man and a woman approaching the $200 doorbell. They discuss how they’re going to pry it off the wall then use tools to do so. They take the doorbell and drive off.
“I think they were stupid. I don’t see how you can not know you’re being recorded,” DiMino said.