A video from a home security camera showed that two young girls’ Playa Vista parents, Jason Cooper, were shocked.
A repairman had signed a contract to repair the scratches on the floor and saw the dirty clothes in the children’s bedroom.
“I saw him put his hands in their baskets and picked up their clothes. Once I saw him put things in his pocket in the video. It looks like this is my daughter’s underwear,” Jason Cooper said.
The repairman walked back and forth from his work area to the other side of the room, where there was a basket. Cooper said the activity became more suspicious when the worker turned away from the camera and lifted his clothes to his face.
“You see him turning around and putting the underwear in the basket. You will see his last big breath before he can do this.”
Cooper and his family just moved into the house. The security camera is activated one hour before the worker arrives. The worker signed a contract with the moving company to repair any floor or furniture damaged in the move.
Witnesses’ news tried to contact workers. So far, we have not received a response. But Cooper arrived at him and discussed the video with him.
“He tried to say something, but to be honest, I don’t want to hear what he said. I don’t care what he said,” Cooper said.
Cooper submitted a report to the Los Angeles Police Department. In addition to stealing an underwear, it is uncertain whether or not to commit any crime. If workers have a criminal record, it is more important to Cooper.
Particularly disturbing is that Cooper is at home when the repairman is working. A few steps away, there is no war.
“From now on, I can tell you that my wife and I will never let anyone enter the house without us standing by them until they leave.”