SAN ANTONIO -- People living in a Northeast Side neighborhood say their homes are being targeted by burglars.
This is happening in the Gardens at Woodlake subdivision near Woodlake Parkway. Mary Tyler said her home surveillance camera caught two men running from her home late Wednesday night.
"I couldn't believe he just ran through my yard, you know," Tyler told us.
Tyler said the men were targeting her neighbors' home.
Carolyn Sandford told News 4 WOAI her home was also broken into days later.
"I was crying. I was really upset that somebody would do that," said Sandford.
Elvis Batiste who is on the board of the Gardens at Woodlake Neighborhood Association said the board knows all about the burglaries.
"We are working on it. We're such a small community, we only have so much funding to go around and try to help some of the neighbors here," explained Batiste.
Batiste said the board is looking at hiring an officer to patrol the neighborhood several times a week and adding extra lighting in the area.
Neighbors we spoke with also want more presence from the Bexar County Sheriff's Office and just want to go back to feeling comfortable in their own homes.
"People don't feel secure when they're trying to sleep at night, because we got somebody prowling around," added Tyler.
The Bexar County Sheriff's Office is investigating the burglaries.
Anyone with any information is asked to call (210) 335-TIPS. Calls can remain anonymous.