Man Called to Identify Himself After Release of Burglary Video: BSO

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    Three men were caught on surveillance video during an alleged burglary at a Southwest Reaches home in 2011. The video shows Andres Amador and two other men wearing masks, gloves and possibly a police badge, sheriff's office said. (Published Thursday, Mar 28, 2013)

    A man faces charges after he called the Broward Sheriff’s Office to say he was one of three men caught on surveillance video during an alleged burglary at a Southwest Ranches home in 2011, authorities said.

    The video showed Andres Amador and three other men wearing masks, gloves and possibly a police badge, sheriff's office said.

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    But Amador told authorities he was just making a delivery, not committing a burglary.

    The three men set off the alarm and left, but later returned to break in, stealing jewelry and cash, sheriff's office said.

    Amador has been charged with attempted armed burglary. It was not immediately known if he had an attorney.

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    There is a warrant for the arrest of a second man, Silvestre Romero, who is in prison for unrelated charges.

    The third man on the video has not been charged.

    If anyone has additional information about these crimes, contact Crime Stoppers of Broward County at (954) 493-8477.