When you go into a store, you never know who’s watching you. A store employee from an un-named store in East Greenbush was looking over the store through a security window. That’s when 25-year-old Michael A. Cazzato of East Greenbush was spotted allegedly taking more than a dozen video games from the shelves and putting them in his pockets. He was then seen leaving the store without paying for them. That’s when the police were called.

East Greenbush Police Department

East Greenbush Police caught up to Cazzato and found the merchandise, which consisted of several video games, including 12 copies of the first-person shooter game "Call Of Duty."

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According to a press release from the East Greenbush Police Department, the value of the stolen games was worth $900. Cazzato was released but has to be back in town court on Nov. 21.