Deer cam may help identify suspected Oklahoma burglar

KFOR.com reports that a camera normally used to identify four-legged animals may help Pottawatomie County authorities catch a burglar. Sheriff’s department officials said a suspected burglar was photographed by a deer camera at a home that was broken into, just north of Asher, Monday.
Oklahoman Published: February 15, 2013
KFOR.com reports that a camera normally used to identify four-legged animals may help Pottawatomie County authorities catch a burglar.

Sheriff’s department officials said a suspected burglar was photographed by a deer camera at a home that was broken into, just north of Asher, Monday.


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