Kert Williams, from southern Illinois, just recently installed cameras in his store, Mortie's Boutique. And just in time! On July 11, realizing something was missing, he reviewed the video and spotted a woman stealing a leopard-print dress, shirts and jewelry. Since the store is on Facebook, he posted the video pic online to see if anybody recognized the thief. In a small town like West Frankfort, word can get around pretty fast.
Within two hours of the theft, word got back to the police... the police now knew that the thief was a local woman named Danielle Saxton and that she changed her Facebook profile pic to one of her in the stolen dress! On top of that, the police could find her location by the background shown in the picture! When the officers showed up minutes later, there was Danielle holding the stolen dress and shirts! After further investigation, the police found she was wanted on another warrant and for breaking probation.
In Costa Mesa, California, someone broke into a fast-food chicken place and stole some items. The security camera footage was viewed, but no one knew who the thief was. That is when the unthinkable happened. The burglar in the video showed up a few hours later to get something to eat! The police were notified right away. The burglar waited patiently in line, wearing the same clothes in the video, even the goofy-looking hat! Daniel Lee Warn was arrested before he could get any food!