Missing tooth man sought over Stirling home security camera theft

Close up of the home security camera theft suspect sought by police.
A home security camera focuses on the suspect.
Close up of the suspect and his missing tooth.
Close up of the home security camera theft suspect sought by police. A home security camera focuses on the suspect. Close up of the suspect and his missing tooth.

POLICE are searching for a man with a missing tooth over a brazen theft of a Stirling home security camera.

The man allegedly walked into the front yard of the Jones Street house on February 15 at about 10.15am, climbed up and took the camera and damaged the bracket.

 

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He is described as light skinned, 35-45 years of age, thin build, receding hairline with short hair, missing right front tooth, wearing a black singlet and dark long pants.

Police have released CCTV images of a man they believe can help them with their investigations.

If you have any information about this offence call Crime Stoppers, quoting reference number 8423.