Video: Suspect in armed burglary spree captured after weeks-long manhunt
The man was spotted repeatedly on home security cameras while carry rifles, sparking fear in the community
By Suzie Ziegler
LOS ANGELES — A burglary suspect accused of terrorizing Los Angeles neighborhoods was arrested Wednesday night, ending a weeks-long manhunt, reported ABC 7.
According to the report, the man is tied to nearly a dozen break-ins since late October. The man was also spotted on home surveillance cameras carrying a rifle, sparking fear in communities.
Video from a helicopter shows the unnamed suspect scrambling down an embankment, trying to hide in the brush. Police took the man into custody just before 11 p.m. with the help of a K-9, according to the report.
No one was hurt during the burglaries, police said.
#BREAKINGNEWS: AIR7-HD's camera captures a gunman on the run who's accused of terrorizing a #ShadowHills neighborhood for weeks. #LAPD is searching for him right now in a massive manhunt. Eyewitness News live - Tonight at 11 from ABC7 https://t.co/qhJvx3CBoH pic.twitter.com/lBDWhrpotP— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) November 18, 2021