PHOENIX — Phoenix residents watch live video as a burglar steals $28,000 worth of items from their home.
Phoenix police report that on December 9, 2019, a resident of a home near 19th and Northern avenues got an alert from his home surveillance system.
When the man viewed his live surveillance footage, he saw a man later identified as Anthony Ray Luna, 26, had opened their garage and placed several luggage bags of items into a truck and drove away.
Police say, when the victims returned home, they found that Luna has stolen firearms, jewelry, computers, credit cards, and other items worth over $28,000.
Luna also used a stolen credit card to charge over $600 worth of cash and merchandise at several Valley stores.
In late December, some of the stolen items, including a $3,500 diamond necklace and a Louis Vuitton wallet, appeared on Offer Up. Police tracked the ad to Luna.
Luna was located and arrested on January 2 and has been charged with credit card fraud and burglary.