August 12, 2013 Houston Texas (KHOU) – A store owner called 911 after she said she spotted four suspects at her northeast Houston convenience store overnight.
She said it was around 4 a.m. Monday when her alarm company called about a possible break-in at her store on Homestead Road at Tidwell Road. The owner checked out the store via several webcams and saw a burglary suspect inside the business.
“When the alarm called me, I looked on the camera and I saw some person on the roof, and some – they were on the floor,” said the owner. “That’s when I called 911.”
The burglars reportedly got in through a ventilation hood, cutting a gas line in the process.
When Houston police arrived, they said one of the suspects jumped from the roof to try and get away, but he was quickly apprehended.
Three other suspects ran away on foot.
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