Woodland Park homeowner uses Ring doorbell to scare away 2 intruders attempting break-in

The two intruders used what appears to be a crowbar to try to get the window open.

Lanette Espy and Tony Caputo

Nov 9, 2023, 10:56 AM

Updated 254 days ago


A News 12 New Jersey viewer says he caught a break-in attempt on camera.
Don Noble, the homeowner, sent the video from his Ring doorbell to News 12 and says he used the doorbell to scare intruders away.
Video shows two masked men looking into the house on Rifle Camp Road on Sunday around 6 a.m. The two men were seen wearing gloves as they approached the window of the house. They used what appeared to be a crowbar to try to get the window open.
Watch News 12's Tony Caputo full interview with Don Noble:
The intruders heard a noise inside and ran off. A getaway car was nearby that the men used to drive away in.
The homeowner told News 12 he filed a police report. News 12 reached out to Woodland Park police for more details.
Anyone with information should contact the police at 973-345-8111.

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