EDITOR'S NOTE: SEE "UPDATE" AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST.
A Fort Worth man who is upset that police didn't respond to his business early Sunday because his alarm permit had expired, did not tell dispatchers that he could see a burglar outside his business from his security cameras, according to a 911 tape released Thursday.
Leroy Reber, owner of a security business on West Berry Street, called 911 and said there was a break-in at the store but acknowledged he wasn't there.
Reached on Thursday, Reber said he thought he gave that information to the dispatcher. But even if he didn't, he said police still should have sent an officer.
"I know I mentioned a break-in," Reber said. "That should have been enough."
Bill Hanna has been following this story. Read his update here.
UPDATE: Maj. Paul Henderson, the police department's chief of staff, has tweeted: "We understand his frustration & sympathize w/ his loss. "