Woman Breaks Into West Sacramento Bowling Alley
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A West Sacramento business owner is crediting his iPhone with helping to capture a woman who broke into his bowling alley overnight.
The owner of Capitol Bowl on West Capitol Avenue was using his iPhone to monitor more than a dozen surveillance cameras when he spotted someone inside the bowling alley, which is under renovation.
He called police and they surrounded the business.
A Citrus Heights K9 officer that had been called on to help search the building found a woman hiding inside.
She was arrested. Police believe she was a transient seeking shelter. It’s unclear if she took anything from the bowling alley.