Man sought in Harrison Twp. home break-in

The Detroit News

Harrison Township — A man is being sought in connection with a home break-in where he is believed to have disabled and stolen a surveillance camera from a garage.

Lt. John Michalke of the Macomb County Sheriffs Department said the home invasion took place about 3:22 a.m. Tuesday in the 39000 block of Canterbury Drive.

The home had a surveillance system installed and the man reached up to disable one of the cameras, which was stolen, police say.

In the four days before the most recent break-in, police say there were three other home invasions or larcenies in Harrison Township.

Anyone who may recognize the subject who was photographed in a garage is asked to contact the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office at (586) 307-9412.