Police have been investigating after footage showed a man threatening staff at the security camera installed in his home.
Key points:Police say a surveillance camera installed outside the house in the Northern Territory was broken into earlier this monthVideo footage shows a man, who is understood to be in his 60s, threatening staff in the housePolice say they are looking for a male and are looking to speak to his familyThe man was in his 50s, police say.
He broke into the security cameras’ unit, located outside the property, and the video footage shows the man threatening the staff inside the unit.
“Police have been notified that there was a break-in and an offender has been arrested,” Northern Territory Police said in a statement.
“This was a crime of passion, and it is likely that this offender has now been charged.”
No arrests have been made.
A security camera in the family home, which was not targeted, was broken in earlier this year.
Topics:crime,law-crime-and-justice,law—state-issues,terrorism,nsw,arizonaFirst posted February 22, 2020 17:33:55More stories from Northern Territory