Stephen Brumme, a 60-year-old real estate agent from Silver Spring, Md., was caught rifling through the dresser drawers of a couple whose home he was supposed to be showing to a client. The couple had a video camera in their bedroom which captured all the action. When they noticed that a few pieces of clothing were missing - women’s underwear to be specific - they checked the tape and saw what Brumme had done.
The homeowner, known only as William, said he and his wife were “creeped out” by the video when they watched it. "I like to think that people are good, but often times they’re not," William said.
The camera was set up in plain sight and records video using a service called Dropcam, reports the Huffington Post. The camera was installed after William found a razor blade in his garbage disposal. He thinks that the blade was left behind by another real estate agent.
Brumme has been charged with burglary and possession of burglar’s tools. The card that he used to open the house is the tool in question. His real estate license has been suspended.
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Police are now looking for other homeowners to come forward.
“His behavior leads us to believe there are additional victims,” Arlington County Police Department spokesman Dustin Sternbeck said. “He went straight to the closet and the drawers. He knew exactly what he was looking for.”
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Source: (Huffington Post)