Intrusion Detection Cameras Catch Suspects at Apartments Under Construction

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On the night of November 18, 2016 going into early morning on November 19, 2016, Job Site Surveillance’s intrusion detection cameras caught 2 suspects breaking into The Sawmill Point Apartments under construction on Nutt St. in Wilmington, NC. The 2 suspects, Trenton Booth and Zachary Winward were both apprehended by Wilmington Police and given citations to appear in court. Both suspects have been charged with 1st degree trespass and misdemeanor breaking and entering. Due to Job Site Surveillance’s construction site intrusion detection cameras and quick work by the Wilmington Police Department, both suspects were able to be caught prior to any damage being done to the apartments under construction and they were unable to steal anything from the property.

If protecting your construction site, construction trailer, or connexs is important to you, contact Job Site Surveillance today for your live monitored video surveillance needs. At Job Site Surveillance, intrusion detection cameras is what we specialize in. By specializing in protecting construction sites against after hours theft and vandalism, we are able to offer our services and expertise to you at great rates that won’t break your budget. Our cameras are also more reliable then on site security guards as we are able to cover a larger area all at once and our cameras never fall asleep.

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