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Texans hunt criminals with wildlife cam

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Texans hunt criminals with wildlife cam

Joe Reynolds loves testing technology. Several months ago, the retired computer scientist started hooking up security cameras around the house to catch the bad guys breaking into cars around his Allandale neighborhood.

But when someone drove by his neighbor’s house recently with a BB gun and shot out $8,000 worth of windows, Reynolds decided it was time to try something new.

“Here’s the infrared flashlight. Here’s the camera lens, and this is the motion detector right here,” said Reynolds, showing off a unique-looking camera he bought in the hunting department at Academy.

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