RICHMOND, Va. — A man accused of breaking into two businesses gave police huge clue that could lead to his arrest — a clear shot of his face. The man looked directly into a security camera during a break-in at a convenience store in the 100 block of Belt Boulevard the morning of September 9.
Less than a week later, police said the same man broke into an auto service center along the 3600 block of Jefferson Davis Highway.
“Surveillance video showed a heavyset, light-skinned, bald black male with a beard force entry through a garage door,” Richmond Polcie said about the 2:15 a.m. crime. “Once inside, he unsuccessfully attempted to gain access to drawers in the office before apparently being frightened away by an alarm.”
Anyone with any information about this man was asked to call Second Precinct Detective Charles Baldwin at 804- 646-8184 or Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.