Caught on Camera: Mission Impossible-Style Burglary

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    Two seemingly sneaky burglars were caught on camera rolling into a Pompano Beach business to avoid setting off motion detectors. NBC 6's Justin Finch reports.

    Two seemingly sneaky burglars were caught on camera rolling into a Pompano Beach business to avoid setting off motion detectors, Mission Impossible-style.

    Broward detectives on Friday released the surveillance video, which was recorded on Mother's Day, in the hopes of identifying the alleged thieves.

    A clip from May 11 shows the two men at the Outboard Shop at 1585 N. Dixie Highway just after 2:30 p.m. The men can be seen loosening some bolts on a motor before being spooked by an alarm.

    A second clip shows the men return to the same location later that night. They can be seen rolling on the ground to avoid setting off the motion sensor. Police said that after rolling in, the men stole the lower portions of two motors.

    Caught on Camera: Boat Motor Burglars

    [MI] Caught on Camera: Boat Motor Burglars
    These two burglars were caught on camera rolling into a Pompano Beach boat shop to avoid being caught by motion sensors.

    One of the men removes his shirt at one point, showing a large tattoo on his upper back clearly into the surveillance camera.

    Police said the lower portions of three motors and a pressure cleaner were stolen the same night from the nearby Reel Loco Marina at 1132 NE 48th Street.

    Anyone with information on the two burglars is asked to contact BSO Det. James Pedre at 954-786-4283 or report anonymous tips to Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477) or online at www.browardcrimestoppers.org. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $3,000 for information that leads to an arrest.