Perinton, N.Y. - It was after three in the morning Saturday when a Monroe County Sheriff's Deputy heard the sound of breaking glass and saw a suspect allegedly smash a front window and break into Headliners Pizza Shop, on Whitney Road in Perinton.
Deputy Andrew Soike was parked just across the street on Whitney Road. He was on special patrol because of other recent break-ins.
As the suspect walked out the front door with the cash register in his hand, he was greeted by several sheriffs deputies and then handcuffed and charged.
Sheriffs Deputies say 27-year-old Jonathon Enriquez admitted to this burglary and others, but is only charged with this one incident.
The manager of the pizza shop says not only were police in the right place at the right time, but the entire crime was captured on store security cameras.
General Manager Mike Pultorak said he knew it was a good idea to invest in a good security system because of other similar break-ins at pizza shops and other businesses.
Pultorak says eight cameras in the store captured the burglary in progress from start to finish. He described it for us: "The suspect came in and he took the hammer right through the front door...he sat down behind the cash register, put the cash drawer on his lap, cut the wires and put it in his duffel bag. He was in there four and a half to five minutes and acted like he owned the place, then walked right out. The Sheriffs had him at gunpoint as soon as he walked out of the building."
Enriquez is being held in the Monroe County Jail. He is charged with burglary, criminal mischief, and possession of burglar's tools.
We are told the case has been waived to a Monroe County Grand Jury.
Pultorak praised the Monroe County Sheriff's Office for having a deputy on patrol early that morning because of other burglaries in the area.
Deputy Andrew Soike is a seven year veteran of the Sheriff's Office.