Posted: 02/12/2014 - A phone call telling Tamona Johnson her home had been burgled sent her into a state of panic. She's a single mother of three. "It was around when school was letting out," said Johnson. Quickly that feeling was replaced by another when she saw her home for the first time. "You feel so violated," said Johnson.
Posted: 02/05/2014 - Any burglary can feel like an invasion. It can leave people scared and angry. One recent break-in has the homeowner a bit more angry than scared. Picture Marv and Harry from Home Alone -- they are the original wet bandits. And some copy cats may be doing the same to homes here in Omaha.
Updated: 02/11/2014 - If there's a time and place you wouldn't expect a burglary, this was both. Jimmy Overman's home backs up to the Millard Branch of the Omaha Public Library so a burglary in broad daylight was the last thing he expected when he stepped out for a couple of hours.
Updated: 02/11/2014 - After thieves broke into his home the first time Neil Willer installed an alarm system. A second burglary prompted the addition of security cameras set up in plain sight so potential thieves would know they're on video. None of it worked. Thieves struck again but, at least this time, he has good images of the suspects.
Updated: 02/11/2014 - An Omaha based construction firm is using a cutting edge approach to an old school problem. Lund Ross Constructors uses Wi-Fi and security cameras that are powered by battery packs to provide security to job sites long before permanent electric is installed.
Posted: 09/27/2013 - Everything about the two crimes seems to match. Omaha Police investigators can't say with certainty but, after watching the video, you decide if they're looking for the same suspects in two burglaries at Northwest Omaha convenience stores that targeted cash machines.