IR game camera strategically located should do the trick then send them to jail.....
Yes I know you feel violated, it was your stuff but bottom line none of the junk that is too good to keep and not bad enough to throw away is not worth shooting anyone over....
True there -- Mine turns any dark cotton gray-to-white although dark polyester/fleece stays black.Quote:
You might be surprised to find out the shirt could well be black or another color. Night vision cameras can do bizarre things to colors.
Its good to hear that he's inspecting the inside of a jail cell now. The longer he's there, the longer you will avoid theft.
I can't tell if the camera is doing anything crazy or not. I can see where he's pulling his pants up with his hand but does he have something hanging from his hand? Like a piece of wire, maybe?
His blatant intent to rob you by having an alibi in place (car on side of road) seems to really irritate me. I can imagine a scenario where you catch him around your barn and he comes off with the bogus story about his car. If people like this put as much effort in getting a good job as they do with efforts to rip people off, they wouldn't have to steal (not that anyone has to, etc.).
Thanks for the update and hope that justice prevails.
I don't have any experience with outdoor cams. I take it when they snap a picture, it doesn't make any sound? There's no chance of the perp hearing their picture being taken?
Also, is the time at the bottom of the photo correct? He was robbing you at 6:00 PM? That early?
Lastly, do you like your Cudde? Do you recommend them?
If you're using a game cam for people, I'd say pick a cam with a quick trigger speed (less than a second), black flash, and smaller is better. I have hot-glued artifical leaves on mine and hid it in trees works pretty good. Every year, newer and better cams are coming out, my info is a couple of years old.
Thanks for the replies, ppkheat and thanks for sharing. I hope you don't have anymore problems. Much respect for all of your efforts.