JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A Jacksonville family says someone stole an SUV right out of their driveway, and they caught it on their home surveillance camera.
It happened at a home in the Sandalwood area about 5 Thursday morning.
The video shows are person who appears to be a teenager, walk up and get inside the unlocked SUV.
After a few moments of rambling around inside, the suspect drives off.
While backing out of the victim's driveway, the suspect hit a neighbor's parked car.
Casey Kelley owns the stolen SUV. Kelley said, "He looked so young and that's what's so hurtful because it's just a kid."
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"With kids, they need guidance and that guidance is knowing where your child is at five in the morning," Kelley added, "Why is your child out of the house and breaking into cars and stealing cars at 5 o'clock?"
Kelley believes the suspect found a valet key fob inside the SUV to start it up.
Another neighbor's surveillance camera also spotted a small sedan in the neighborhood around the same time the SUV was stolen.
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