Nosey neighbors in one community just might help solve a recent burglary.
Someone kicked in the front door at a home on Landgraf Close in a south DeKalb County neighborhood Monday afternoon.
Thankfully, a watchful neighbor might have caught the suspects red-handed on a digital camera.
The homeowner posted nearly 50 fliers with the two men's photographs all throughout the neighborhood, and while police haven't confirmed they are the burglary suspects, the homeowner is sure they are the guys.
"They kicked in the door right here," said homeowner Kimberly Bond. "They went directly to the fuse box and they switched off all the power."
Bond pointed to an end table where she usually keeps her laptop computer.
"There was a laptop sitting right there and that's the laptop that you will see in the suspect's hand as he's leaving my residence," explained Bond.
Bond said her neighbor heard the house alarm sounding and thought quickly to snap photographs of who Bond said are the crooks that broke into her home.
"This is what's happening when we're working hard at work, earning a living and your kids are out here burglarizing our home," complained Bond.
You can see what looks like a laptop in one of the crook's hands in one photograph. Bond has taken to public shaming of the two people she says kicked down her front door and posted fliers with the photographs all over her neighborhood.
"The images are crystal clear," said Bond. "You can see not only their facial features, you can see what they're wearing."
Bond is thankful for her nosey neighbor with the camera which just might eventually crack the case.
"I thank God for good neighbors," exclaimed Bond. "Without her, I would virtually have no evidence."
If you have any information in the case, you're urged to call police.
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