If you have any information on this case, call Crimestoppers at 402-475-3600.
The Lancaster County Sheriff's Department is hoping new photos will lead them to the man responsible for a New Year's Day burglary.
Sheriff Terry Wagner says infrared technology is to thank for some very clear images of the man who broke into the Nemaha Landscaping company early Sunday morning.
The security camera caught the man stealing another camera.
The sheriff says the man most likely thought he was taking all the evidence of his crime.
The man stole a snow plow, a weed eater and several gallons of gas along with the first security camera.
The total loss is valued at $10,000.
Wagner says in the last 10 years, improvements in digital technology have made clear photos invaluable in catching criminals.
A representative for the landscaping company didn't want to go on camera, but he told 10/11 the sheriff's office believes the man is familiar with the business because he knew right where to go to steal the items and the first security camera.
If you recognize the man from the photos, you're asked to call the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office at 441-6500 or CrimeStoppers at 475-3600.
You may be eligible for a reward.
Wagner said he may be driving an older Chevy or GMC pickup.