This is the chilling moment a burglar slowly crawls into the bedroom of a two-year-old boy while his father watched on his phone.
Oliver Wallace was down the pub when he watched the burglary live on his phone.
His wife Sally and son Sam were fortunately not in when the burglar broke in to their home in Warlingham, Surrey.
The HR consultant said the burglar stole his wifes jewellery, which she inherited from her mother after she died in a car crash in 2011.
Mr Wallace was with his brother at the pub in Stockwell on Wednesday when his phoned bleeped at around 7.45pm.
He said: I was on my way home, and I was coming through central London and contacted my brother to see if he wanted to meet for a drink.
I met him for a drink in a pub in Stockwell, as we are getting the drinks my phone bleeps. We have this camera in my baby Sams bedroom.
It said “motion in the room”, but normally I sort of ignore it, as we are always in and its only us. To my horror, someone was in the house.
Within a minute I had phoned 999, and told them a burglary was in progress and they took the details.
Mr Wallaces wife and son had left for Florida that morning for a few days, and the house was empty at the time of the offence.
I reckon its over a year since we have both been out at 7.45pm, unless we have been on holiday.
Its really, really unusual that we would ever ever be out, Mr Wallace said.
I saw this person crawling into the room. When you first see it it doesnt make sense. For a few seconds you just dont understand what you are looking at, its your house and there is a women crawling in to the room.