Pinellas Park suspect adjusts surveillance camera after burglary, police say

- Pinellas Park police are searching for a suspect who is seen burglarizing a Chinese restaurant, before trying to adjust the surveillance camera pointed at him.

Police said the burglary occurred on July 7 just before midnight at the China Garden Restaurant on 66th Street. 

The suspect is seen in the surveillance video smashing the glass of the front door in order to enter. He does not appear to be wearing a mask. The suspect rummages through the cash register, counter, cabinets and fridge. After about two minutes, he knocks the surveillance video to the side.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Pinellas Park Police Department at (727) 369-7864. An anonymous tip can be submitted by following this link to their website.

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