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UPDATE: Sherman home burglary caught on camera

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April 16, 2013
SHERMAN -- Two men have been arrested in connection with a Sherman home burglary that was caught on surveillance video.

Sherman police say suspect Trevor Carr was arrested in Fort Worth at approximately 1:00am on Friday, April 12 by US Marshalls and members of the Joint East Texas Fugitive Task Force. Suspect David Wilson was also arrested in Forth Worth at approximately 6:00pm on Monday, April 15 by US Marshalls and members of the Joint East Texas Fugitive Task Force. Both suspects are currently being held in the Tarrant County Jail. Carr's bond is set at $100,000 and Wilson's bond is set at $50,000.

Sherman burglary suspects identified
April 5, 2013

Sherman police have identified a man caught on tape burglarizing a home.

Earlier this week we showed you surveillance video of 2 men as they burglarized a Sherman home.

 In the video you can see one of the burglars holding a knife over a resident while he sleeps on the couch.  It happened Wednesday morning around 4:00am in the 1300 block of McCall Street. The burglars took electronics,  firearms, clothing and jewelry. 

Sherman police have now identified the man in the video as 18-year-old Trevor Grant Carr.  He's wanted for burglary of a habitation with intent to commit another felony.  Carr is a white male, five foot 10, 160 pounds.  Anyone with information on Carr's whereabouts is asked to call the Sherman Police Department at 903-892-7290.

Sherman home burglary caught on camera
April 3, 2013

SHERMAN, TX -- If Cameron Dishner, 21, would've woken up at 4:15 Wednesday morning he says he would've a strange man looking right back at him holding a knife.

"It was surreal watching someone stand over you like that while you're sleeping," he said.

The startling video was recorded on a surveillance camera mounted to the mantle of the Sherman home Dishner and his two roommates rent.

Shortly after 4am Wednesday, it shows a man inching open their back door. Two men walk in. Over the next hour-and-a-half, they're seen tip-toeing through the home; opening kitchen drawers, looking in the freezer and at one point, Dishner says, they even snatch a pair of shoes.

"I was shocked that they came into our house and just went shopping, basically," he said.

Through the whole ordeal, Dishner says he stayed sound asleep on the sofa. He says he and his two roommates woke up to find thousands of dollars worth of valuables gone.

"Some laptops, some guns, some phones, a couple watches," Dishner said. "They stole shoes, hats, jackets."

Dishner says the valuables were taken out his bedroom window. Just outside the window, he showed us the fence he says the burglars broke down to get to the back door. He also pointed out a kitchen knife he says they left behind. He says he's thankful it was never used on him.

"I'm glad no one got hurt. I'm glad I didn't wake up and get stabbed or anything," he said. "I'm not really worried about the stuff they took."

The roommates say they filed a police report and have found a new place to live.