An Omaha business owner can rest easy; the man he thinks is responsible for multiple burglaries at his shop is behind bars.
James Fish owns CyberWorkx in Midtown, Omaha. He says his shop has been burglarized four times in three weeks. Fish installed security cameras after the third burglary, just in time for the latest burglary on Sunday morning.
Fish reviewed the footage from the latest incident. He says the burglar makes it look too easy, leading Fish to believe the man might be responsible for some of the earlier burglaries.
"Just losing stuff makes it extremely hard," says Fish. "Some of that stuff was ready for sale. I could have sold those items right away. Those sales could have helped support the business."
The store was supposed to officially open on Monday. Determination is what is motivating Fish to finally be able to open for business later this week.
Police tracked down the alleged burglar after a security guard at the Nebraska Medical Center saw him breaking into a car. The burglar was found with some of Fish's inventory on him.