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WILSON – A Dorwood Park resident told Niagara County sheriff’s deputies Monday that sometime overnight someone disconnected her surveillance cameras which were set up to watch her front door and driveway and then broke into her car.

She said sometime between 10 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. Monday, while the camera was disabled, the suspect pried open the door to unlock her car and then grabbed her wallet which had been left in the vehicle. The wallet contained three debit/credit cards and $140.

The door to the car was found open and damaged on Monday morning. No other items were removed from the car.