Suspected Seminole Co. crook caught on I-4 on stolen bicycle



SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - The Seminole County Sheriff's Office chopper was up in an instant after six men, who they say had just broken into a Sanford home, took off in different directions.

Minutes before authorities rushed to the scene after a vigilant neighbor called 911 when she spotted a suspicious car in a neighbor's driveway.

"Just a strange car, kind of sitting in the middle of the cul-de-sac with like four young guys and one guy was walking on the street," said the neighbor.

Investigators said the six men, took off in two cars. A bloodhound was able to track four of them to a nearby neighborhood.

Two of them even ran into open garages to try to hide before they were caught.

"It's supposed to be a good neighborhood and this isn't supposed to happen here," said a neighbor.

One man, lives across the street from the house that was broken into.

His home surveillance cameras also caught the crooks.

The neighbor said it happened in broad daylight.

"Yeah, at like 10 in the morning, I'm nervous just thinking about it. It's really scary," the neighbor said.

A fifth suspect was nabbed when deputies got a call from a family member who turned him in.

Less than four hours after it all began, authorities caught the last one riding down I-4 on a stolen bicycle.