WEST POINT, Miss. (WTVA) - Adventure ATV's owners said their motion-sensor cameras captured footage of a man breaking into their property and running away after alarms went off.
Jack Jameson, co-owner and service manager at Adventure ATV, said the alarm company called them around 2 a.m. on Saturday to notify them that West Point police responded to a break-in.
The security footage shows a man with a mask using bolt cutters to open the fence. Once the man gets past the fence, he walks a few feet then runs back outside of the fence.
Jameson said almost every year the shop has had a break-in, but now they have a new security system which he believes stopped the man seen in the video from stealing any property.
Last year, someone burglarized Adventure ATV and stole two machines and a trailer. Jameson said the person was never identified.
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