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An Oregon woman is catching ‘priceless’ moment when a person breaks into the car, caught on camera

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Raw video: Suspect caught on camera breaking into a woman’s car in Beaverton, Oregon.

Authorities in Oregon have had a pretty big clue as to who broke into several vehicles in the Portland suburb was recently, after one of the burglaries, and were appalled the perpetrator was caught on camera.

The incident happened early on Tuesday in the Area where a woman’s vehicle in the surveillance system caught a man getting into her car with a dash camera, and even.

“I just wanted to make sure I got a real good look at him and I laughed so hard at the shock on his face when the lights came on, it was priceless,” the woman, who asked not to be identified, told FOX12. “I couldn’t stop laughing, I played it over and over.”

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The woman said: “the Owlcam dashboard camera will start recording as soon as the man opened her car door.

A man was caught on camera breaking into a woman’s car in Oregon on Tuesday morning.
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She said incidents like this are the reason why they bought a $300 camera in the first place.

“You set off an alarm, and it scares them away, then you’ve got a few, but you have no proof of who did it,” she told FOX12. “I just want to know who it is that is the reason why I got it.”

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The woman said that she didn’t realize she had left her car unlocked for them until they found a door wide open, the glove box and center console open. Now, she wants to be in the defendant’s face to get as much attention as possible.

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“And then the light comes on, it makes me want to smile and laugh each and every day,” she told FOX12.

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The Street Department, the Police department said they are investigating the break-in, in addition to another incident at the same apartment complex, in the beginning of the week.

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