HERCULES (KRON) — Hercules police are investigating a home burglary that was caught on surveillance video and happened Wednesday afternoon, according to Hercules police.
Police said they received a report at around 12:24 p.m. of an alarm activating at a home on the 100 block of Ash Court. When officers arrived, they found bedroom and bathroom windows open.
The suspect made off with jewelry, police said. Officers searched the home with a police dog but found the suspect had run away.
Police described the suspect as an African-American male, about 18 to 20 years old, around 6-feet to 6-feet, 3-inches tall, with a thin build. Police said he possibly had a goatee.
He was wearing a royal blue V-neck shirt, with a white shirt underneath, along with dark pants and white shoes, police said. The man also had a black, white, and gray beanie on.
The suspect set off motion activation sensors on a hall window and master bedroom, the alarm company said.
The homeowner was at work at the time of the burglary but saw it happen on his cellphone, according to police. Police said the house had been burglarized on Oct. 21.
In October, police said the burglar or burglars stole jewelry and a safe.