HOLLYWOOD (CBSMiami) — Three weeks away from the start of hurricane season, a Hollywood homeowner is dealing with the theft of his shutters worth about $10,000.
“I see something is missing and realize it’s my shutters,” homeowner Avi Avraham Zohar said.
It happened the mornings of March 21st and March 22nd at his home on North 40th Avenue.
Zohar was home and there were vehicles parked in his driveway, but that didn’t deter the suspect.
“I’m upset because I work hard for my stuff and someone can come and take what belongs to somebody else,” he said.
His surveillance cameras captured everything. You see the suspect stroll up to the home and make trip after trip to his pickup with the stolen shutters.
The shutters had been propped in front of the house while Zohar was working on preparing a storage space in his garage.
Police are hoping someone recognizes the suspect or his truck.
“The truck is white with a dark tailgate,” police spokeswoman Miranda Grossman said.
They believe the driver side door may be broken, because video shows the suspect exiting from the passenger’s side each time.
Anyone with information on the shutter theft is urged to call Broward Crimestoppers at (954) 493-TIPS.