Camera records thieves cutting down fence to steal ATVs

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One of the stolen quads is an orange Yamaha Raptor 200. The other is a yellow Suzuki. One of the stolen quads is an orange Yamaha Raptor 200. The other is a yellow Suzuki.
One of the suspects looked up at the camera. One of the suspects looked up at the camera.
CENTRAL ISLIP -

Thieves cut through a fence to steal a couple of ATVs in Central Islip, and the crime was caught on camera.

Jennifer Quinn and her husband Anthony are fuming after two thieves swiped two quads from their home. The two quads were parked behind the couple’s garage. The Quinns say the suspects pushed the quads through a fence that they had torn down.

Surveillance video recorded the theft. At one moment, the suspect looks up and gives the camera a clear shot of his face. He then realized he was on camera and ripped it down.

The Quinns are hoping someone in the neighborhood will recognize the face or see their quads. Anthony Quinn says one of the stolen quads is an orange Yamaha Raptor 200. The other is a yellow Suzuki. They're worth $8,000 combined.

The couple is offering a $2,000 reward.

“I hope they get arrested,” says Anthony Quinn. “I want to prove they picked the wrong house.”

Police are asking anyone with information about the stolen ATVs to call Suffolk Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.

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