16-year-old Chandler only had his new surveillance cameras up a month when he had to put them into action.
"One of our other neighbors posted on Facebook that her car got broken into. So I decided to go back and check the footage because it records for two weeks. And sure enough, we saw more than we bargained for," Chandler said.
What they saw were these images of a man walking up to cars around the neighborhood, checking if they were locked.
"It just makes me sad. I leave my alarm on all the time now," Suzanne Arnold said.
Arnold has surveillance cameras too. It was on them not long ago that she and her husband watched thieves take off with their tailgate.
"Two men drove up, parked in front of our house around two in the morning and took it off. Within a minute or two they were out of here," Arnold said.
In this same cul-de-sac, Janet Wedeking has been a victim too.