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The doorbell cam catches a horrific robbery after a man poses as a candy seller

The chilling doorbell video was captured as a group of armed robbers broke into a California woman’s home after an accomplice posing as a candy seller made a sale.

Footage from Ring shows the fake salesman addressing the woman on Joplin Lane in Stockton, about 59 miles south of Sacramento, around 2:00 p.m. Monday. KXTV reports.

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The fake salesman comes to the door pretending to sell candy.
Stockton Police Department

The homeowner appeared to hand the man money just before three other men burst into the home, stole some of her belongings and rushed away, police said.

“They are brave — brave and ruthless, and they do it especially in broad daylight,” a neighbor who asked not to be identified told the station.

The resident said the same suspect had appeared at his door a few minutes earlier but had not responded.

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The thieves then sprint to the house armed with guns.
Stockton Police Department

“We have the ‘No Solicitors’ sign so it’s like he came but he didn’t take notice. It kind of gave me a hint that something was wrong, but not unusual,” the neighbor told KXTV.

Another neighbor who wasn’t home said he saw a live feed on his doorbell camera when the wrong vendor stopped by.

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After the men enter the house, their co-conspirator calmly puts on a ski mask before leaving.
Stockton Police Department

“When children sell candy, it’s usually for school fundraisers. You might see this in elementary and middle school, but it’s kind of weird for someone in their 20s to be selling candy,” said the unidentified resident of the outlet.

The robbery is still under investigation.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/11/doorbell-cam-shows-terrifying-robbery-after-man-poses-as-candy-salesman/ The doorbell cam catches a horrific robbery after a man poses as a candy seller

JACLYN DIAZ

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