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Home Depot recently launched an ad-free YouTube channel, and the company is now turning that video into a massive viral video.
The video features a home security camera video, and it’s about 3 minutes long.
This is an excerpt from the full video: It’s all about security.
This security video is a real-life security video that was taken by a home inspector in an apartment building in the United States.
It shows the homeowner using a security camera to record a home intruder who was coming out of a bathroom door.
The homeowner then turns off the security camera and opens the door and catches the intruder.
The home inspector tells the homeowner he should have let the homeowner know that the door was locked and the intruder could enter the apartment.
Instead, he decided to let the intruder into the apartment, which is a violation of security rules.
The inspector then tells the homeowners that he could have called the police.
He was told that he would not be allowed to have a security officer in the apartment and that the homeowner would not receive any training on how to properly handle a home invasion.
Instead of getting training, the homeowner did nothing to alert police.
It was not until a security guard arrived that the homeowners security camera footage was turned over to police.
Home Security Camera Incident: The Home Inspector’s Decision to Ignore Safety Warnings and Entering the HomeA homeowner in New Jersey is facing a criminal charge after he turned off his security camera in an attempt to find a burglary suspect.
According to NBC New York, the suspect was arrested a few hours later after a security video showed him entering the apartment complex and leaving the apartment without the homeowner’s knowledge.
The homeowners video shows the intruder entering the home through the rear door, which was unlocked.
The thief then proceeds to run around the house and enter the master bedroom, where he grabs a knife and cuts a lock.
The footage also shows him leaving the master room, where the homeowner is hiding in the closet, while he is still armed with the knife.
The suspect then exits the apartment with the homeowner, who runs into the living room and tries to call 911.
He then runs out the back door, where his wife comes running into the house, and he shoots her.
The intruder then exits through the front door, and his wife is hit by the gunfire.
The victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds to her leg, neck, and chest.
The perpetrator ran into the bathroom, where a woman and a man tried to save her, while a woman tried to get the man to stop shooting, which ended in the victim’s death.
The incident occurred at the home in the small town of Rosemont, New Jersey.
The woman who was shot was treated at a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
The man who was hit was taken to a local police station for treatment and is currently being held in custody.
The police department said the incident was being investigated.
The department’s public information officer said in a statement that the incident is being investigated by the Rosemont Police Department.
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