The Broome County Sheriff’s office is turning to social media in a search for a burglary suspect. 

Officials posted to the Sheriff’s office Facebook page on Wednesday, November 16 that they were looking for information concerning a man caught on surveillance video at the door of a Windsor business in the early morning hours. 

The posting from the Sheriff’s office does not give information about the name of the business or its location. 

Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News (file)
Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News (file)
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The man is seen on the small front porch of the business and peering in the windows of the door.  The man appears to be white with a scruffy beard growth.  He was wearing a winter jacket with a hood pulled over his head.  The subject appears to be of a stocky or heavy build and was wearing several layers of clothing.  The video shows he has a light-colored shirt under a v-neck pullover and the coat over the top.  The man was also wearing gloves and dark-colored pants. He may have had casual shoes but one viewer commented that it appeared the suspect was wearing slippers. The man appeared to be in his 30s. 

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The posting online states: “An unknown male entered a business in the Town of Windsor during the early morning hours of November 16 and took property from within.” 

Authorities did not say what property had been taken from the business and did not provide any description of a vehicle if one was involved. There was no information given on the time of the incident.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Brown at 607-778-2055 or the anonymous tip line at 607-778-1196.  Tips can also be filed online at www.gobroomecounty.com/sheriff/crime-info-tips. (reference case #22-26208.)

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