From the backyard at his home in Elmont, N.Y., Sidney
Perlstein heard the sound of breaking glass at the home of a
neighbor. He then saw a man crawl into a basement window.
Remembering that the owner was away for the day, Perlstein got the
revolver he uses as a member of a local gun club, went to the
neighbor's house, and rang the door bell. When no one answered he
ran around to the back just in time to see the burglar run away.
Six warning shots and a half block later, Perlstein collared the man
and held him for the police.
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