A home security camera captured the moment a brazen thief walked into a Southern California home and walked out with $5,000 Hermes blankets. 

The incident happened in August at a home in the 400 block of Carvalos Drive in Bonita, California – located southeast of San Diego. 

The shocking video shows a man who purportedly drove up in a white convertible knock on the home’s front door before opening it up and letting himself inside. 

Seconds later, the unidentified burglar walks out of the home with blankets in tow and loads them into the back of the convertible before the video cuts out. 

Police and San Diego Crimestoppers are asking the public for assistance in finding the unidentified thief and the $10,000 in Hermes accessories. 

A home security camera captured the moment a brazen thief walked into a Southern California home and walked out with $5,000 Hermes blankets

A home security camera captured the moment a brazen thief walked into a Southern California home and walked out with $5,000 Hermes blankets

A home security camera captured the moment a brazen thief walked into a Southern California home and walked out with $5,000 Hermes blankets

The shocking video shows a man who purportedly drove up in a white convertible knock on the home's front door before opening it up and letting himself inside

The shocking video shows a man who purportedly drove up in a white convertible knock on the home's front door before opening it up and letting himself inside

The shocking video shows a man who purportedly drove up in a white convertible knock on the home’s front door before opening it up and letting himself inside 

According to a press release from San Diego Crimestoppers, the theft occurred on August 22 shortly before noon. 

The video shows the moment that the man – seen wearing a white tee shirt, track pants, black tennis shoes, and a black ball cap – walks directly up to the door. 

Immediately after not receiving a response, the man opens the door and enters the home off camera. 

The video jumps ahead and shows him now walking out of the house with two multicolored blankets in his arms. 

He beelines for the white convertible – a 2011 to 2014 Chrysler 200 – as three other vehicles are seen in the driveway. 

In total, he stole two $5,000 blankets by placing them in his trunk. 

Blankets from the high-end designer brand can range in price from $1,000 to upwards of $20,000, according to Hermes’ website. 

The unidentified man appears to be roughly 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 250 to 300 pounds, officials said. He is believed to be in his 20s or 30s. 

The video shows the moment that the man - seen wearing a white tee shirt, track pants, black tennis shoes, and a black ball cap - walks directly up to the door

The video shows the moment that the man - seen wearing a white tee shirt, track pants, black tennis shoes, and a black ball cap - walks directly up to the door

The video shows the moment that the man – seen wearing a white tee shirt, track pants, black tennis shoes, and a black ball cap – walks directly up to the door

The man is seen placing the blankets in the trunk of his white convertible

The man is seen placing the blankets in the trunk of his white convertible

The man is seen placing the blankets in the trunk of his white convertible 

The suspects getaway car is a a 2011 to 2014 Chrysler 200

The suspects getaway car is a a 2011 to 2014 Chrysler 200

The suspects getaway car is a a 2011 to 2014 Chrysler 200 

Police and Crime Stoppers are asking anyone with information on the suspect or the theft to reach out to officials at 888-580-8477 or sdcrimestoppers.org. 

Tipsters may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

The crime caught the attention of community members and others who commented on the audacity of the criminal in the incident. 

‘Just Amazes me. But they never get caught,’ one person wrote. 

‘Cars in the driveway and his used his remote to unlock his trunk with a honk honk. Man people are brazen and have no fear today,’ another wrote. 

In the area where the theft took place, the average home sells for around $1 million.

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