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Staff at restaurant use wildlife cameras to record man breaking into storage

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Staff at the Wooden Nickel in Silverton used wildlife cameras to catch a man climbing into storage cages outside the restaurant to take tools. (KPTV) Staff at the Wooden Nickel in Silverton used wildlife cameras to catch a man climbing into storage cages outside the restaurant to take tools. (KPTV)
SILVERTON, OR (KPTV) -

A Silverton restaurant is asking for help finding someone they say they caught someone on camera breaking into their storage area.

Surveillance photos from the Wooden Nickel on Pine Street show someone climbing into the storage cages outside the restaurant late Thursday night or early Friday morning.

Staff members at the restaurant said the man stole tires off their transport wagons, and some think he may have previously climbed in the cages in the past week to take tools and small equipment.

The staff noted that the regular security cameras were not catching the man, so they put up wildlife trail cameras that recorded him in the act.

According to the Marion County Sheriff's Office, some workers said the man might be an occasional customer.

Anyone with information about the burglary is asked to contact the Marion County Sheriff's Office.

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