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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Thief targets Houston restaurant 3 times in 4 months, damaging property, stealing alcohol, owner says

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HOUSTON – A restaurant owner in the Museum District says his business has been broken into several times in the past few months, resulting in property damage and theft totaling almost $50,000.

“It’s just one thing after the other,” owner Daniel Wolfe said.

Wolfe, the owner and executive chef at the City Cellars HTX, says he’s fed up.

His restaurant on Binz Street has been hit by a burglar three times in four months.

“It’s getting ridiculous,” he said.

The break-ins were all caught on camera.

On April 21, security footage shows a man smashing the front window. He then goes to the back office searching through cabinets and putting items in his backpack.

“That was about $35,000 in damage,” Wolfe said.

“That was about $35,000 in damage,” Wolfe said.

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