A farmer in Belgium managed to capture an African migrant suspected of burglarizing his home while his family slept this week, according to reports.
The incident unfolded during the early hours of Monday morning in Bertrix, a rural municipality in the province of Luxembourg, Belgium.
"Around 5:45 a.m., I was woken up by several noises in my apartment," said Stéphane Delogne, a farmer and breeder. "At first I thought it was my little girl waking up. I called her but then I heard the sound of someone fleeing and doors slamming."
"I jumped out of bed. The living room was destroyed, the cupboards emptied."
Barefoot and wearing only his pajamas, Delogne pursued the suspect, a man of 'African descent' wearing a backpack and surgical gloves.
Delogne reportedly found the suspect in an apartment building and managed to detain him until police arrived.
In a Facebook post, Delogne vented frustration about 'growing insecurity' in his town introduced by foreigners.
"Last night I was lucky after a bad luck. I was able to stop my burglars and get back some of my belongings (still missing bank cards, cash and a camera with videos of our children learning to walk)," Delogne wrote. "But there are too many acts of incivility in Bertrix."
"I'm not in favor of everything being security-based. I'm just for a population that knows how to live together and shares common values. With less police, less cameras, more conviviality. And the population we want, not the one we suffer."
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