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Friday April 29th, 2016 9:59PM

Police: Ga. child sent in doggie door for burglary

By The Associated Press
CONYERS - Police accuse a mother in Rockdale County of sending her child through a doggie door to steal from a neighbor's home.

The victim told police that she noticed several items missing from her home over several months, including a handgun. She installed a video camera that sent pictures to her email account.

WSB-TV reports that after a late November break-in, the victim received pictures showing the neighbor's child crawling through the doggie door and unlocking the door. Police said the video also showed the child's mother of entering the house.

Police said they found the missing camera in the neighbor's home. The 25-year-old mother was charged with burglary.
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