to connectVideoCalifornia owner scares off masked home invaders
Surveillance video captured the two masked robbers try to kick it down, Andrew Leggett in the door after they knocked and got no answer.
The two would-be thieves who broke into a California home, ran away in fear when she realized that, after kicking in the door, the homeowner was actually home.
Andrew Leggett was taking a shower Wednesday morning when the incident unfolded at her home in san jose, a city about 30 miles southeast of Oakland in the united states. She could hear the commotion, but he didn’t know for sure what it was.
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“Half of the house was shaking because of the manner in which they are trying to force themselves into the house,” Leggett told KGO-TV the break-in was captured on surveillance video.
Her husband, Darren, said that he believed that it was a random attack.
“When they saw me pull out my oldest one at [school], they thought, ‘Oh, they’re gone. No one was there.” It is an empty drive way,” Darren said. The couple’s other son, who was still at home, waiting for a ride to and from school.
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As soon as the Leggett knew what was going to happen, and they went down at the same time as the men broke open the front door. People can be seen on surveillance video running away as soon as they realize the Leggett’s home, and cry.
The situation has brought the community closer to each other, a neighbor, and Sara Porter, told KGO. She said that it doesn’t become “everyone’s talking, everyone will have a plan [together]. We exchanged phone numbers and we exchanged e-mails, and so on, we just have to keep an eye on what’s going on.”