Man charged in camera thefts
Updated On: Feb 12 2013 11:05:19 PM EST
Police arrested the man who they say stole two cameras worth $800 from a bicycle shop in Hollywood.
Thomas Ingram was arrested Tuesday.
According to an arrest affidavit, a viewer who saw Local 10's report about the theft at Big Wheel Cycles told police he recognized Ingram.
Surveillance video showed a man enter the store and cut a security cable attached to two Go Pro cameras. He then looks around to see if any employee or customers notices, walks to another area of the store, waits a few seconds, and grabs the two cameras off the display and hides behind a rack while he stuffs them under his shirt.
Ingram later pawned the cameras.
Ingram is charged with two counts of grand theft, two counts of false ownership information for pawned items, and two counts of dealing in stolen property.
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