Suspect in break-in at WVC home caught on camera; victim asks public for help

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WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah -- An alleged break-in at a home in West Valley City was caught on camera, and the victim is hoping the images will help police find the culprit and his stolen belongings.

Video footage shows a suspect in a gray jacket walking around a home in West Valley City. The alleged break in occurred Tuesday afternoon at a residence near 3700 South Cambridge Drive.,

Nick Dominguez tells FOX 13 News the intruder took a Playstation 4, a Nintendo Wii, smart watches, wallets, and several other items worth thousands of dollars.

Dominguez said he doesn't know the man in the footage, and he needs the public's help to get his things back.

“I’d rather get my stuff back than have them get caught I guess,” he said. “I just care for my belongings."

Nick said he thinks there was more than one thief, as he said that in the footage, a voice can be heard speaking to the man who appears on camera.

Anyone with information about the crime or who recognizes the suspect in the footage is asked to call West Valley City police.

1 Comment

  • avenged7x85

    what a selfish little punk “i would rather get my stuff back than have them get caught”? How do you expect anyone to help you when you can’t think about the well-being of everyone else?

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