The cold video of a burglar crawling around the two-year-old bedroom is sent to the horrified father
Shocking images of the moment that a burglar slowly creeps into the bedroom of a two-year-old boy and looks at the cradle, is caught on CCTV.
Oliver Wallace, an HR consultant from Warlingham, Surrey, lives with his wife Sally and the two-year-old son Sam.
He said that during the robbery two burglars were jewelry samples that belonged to his wife's mother, who died in a car accident in 2011.
Mr. Wallace saw the shocking crime alive on his phone while in a bar in Stockwell, London, on Wednesday, November 7.
He was with his brother at the bar when his phone rang at about 7:45 PM.
Mr. Wallace said: "I was on my way home and I came through the center of London and contacted my brother to see if he wanted to drink something.
I met him for a drink at a pub in Stockwell, while we get the drinks that my phone beeps. We have this camera in the bedroom of my baby Sam.
It said "movement in the room", but normally I ignore it because we are always there and only us.
& # 39; To my horror there was someone in the house. Within a minute I had called 999 and said that a break-in was going on and they took the details. & # 39;
Oliver Wallace looked at his phone from the bar when a woman crawled through his son's room
The woman is seen looking for the cradle of two-year-old Sam as she moves slowly into the room
The wife and son of Mr. Wallace had gone to Florida that morning for a few days and the house was empty at the time of the offense.
He said: "I think it was more than a year ago that we were both outside at 7.45 pm, unless we were on vacation. It is really, very unusual that we would ever get out of it.
& # 39; I saw this person crawl into the room. When you see it for the first time, it is not logical.
For a few seconds you just do not understand what you're looking at, it's your house and a woman crawls into the room.
Mr. Wallace said that his son had slept in the bed in the morning of the incident.
He said: & # 39; On a normal night he would have slept in the bed.
Mr Wallace said the jewelry belonging to his wife's mother was taken from his Surrey home
The only thing I want to do is protect my family, and you feel that you have failed, because someone has not just come into your house, they have also ended up in your baby's bedroom. 39;
Surrey police said: "We appeal to witnesses and information after a building in Warlingham was burgled on Wednesday night.
& # 39; The suspects accessed through an insecure patio door and then went looking for the house by stealing a number of objects, including jewelery.
One of the perpetrators is clearly visible in the visual material and is described as female, white with long blond hair, with a hood and jogging pants. & # 39;
Anyone with information should call Surrey Police on 101 with reference number PR / 45180119271 or telephone Crimestoppers anonymous on 0800 555 111.