I bought my Dad's 40 acre piece of property after his death. Sometime between the time he died in November to February, someone went and stole the two junk cars on it. (Which was actually alright with me, - I didn't have to do any clean up.) I just stopped by this weekend, and sometime in the last two weeks, someone has gone up to the old fallen down house and tore down a cinderblock wall. Instead of driving up to the house, they parked along a road right beside the property and either used a wheel barrow or ? something? to cart them down to the road where they then loaded them. At least one whole wall is gone (estimated 75 cinderblocks) and I'm guessing they will be back to get more. I've already contacted the police and filed a report and I'm too bull headed to just buy no-trespassing signs. I'd much rather prefer to buy some kind of cheap ($100.00 or so) trail camera to actually catch them in the act. Not only would I like to get my stolen cinderblocks back, but I'd like to get them into as much trouble as possible. This weekend I've stopped by at least 6 times hoping to catch them, but being that I work 8 hours a day and have a son that needs to go to football practice, I can't do that all the time. I'd like to find a game camera (trail camera) whatever, buy like two of them and have one pointed in the area where they are loading the cinderblocks and have another camera set up near the road to catch license plate number and vehicle color, etc. The road is a deadend one - so they HAVE TO go in one way and turn around and come back through - guaranteed to catch license number and prosecute!!!! Concerns I have are having a camera that is "cheap" - around $100.00, a camera that is easy to put on a tree but one that is "hard to spot for the thieves" - I don't want the camera stolen too! And possibly one that can night photos but doesn't do a flash that can be seen. I figure after using the camera to catch the culprits, I'll then buy the no trespassing signs and bring the camera to my house to use it as a game camera to see wildlife. Suggestions for cameras that fit the above description would be appreciated. I could just put up the no-trespassing signs and HOPE they quit stealing the cinderblocks, but I'm concerned they will start to steal the cut stone foundation that is there too. Help!