Transcript for Authorities Warn Homeowners of Armed Robbers Disguised as Delivery Men
Unfortunately, tis the season. Now to the warning about holiday deliveries after this robbery was caught on camera. You saw linsey Davis there. She has the story. Good morning, linsey. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Many of us don't thing twice about opening the door when somebody knocks saying they have a delivery. That makes this story especially scary. The victim you're about to hear from caught it all on surveillance camera. This morning, one home owner is eager to talk about this terrifying invasion caught on tape, hoping to prevent it from happening to someone else. I answered the door, as soon as I do, he sticks the -- grabs 45 and sticks it in my face. Reporter: Lawrence berry's home surveillance camera captured the scene when man wearing a U.P.S. Jacket and hat claimed he needed a signature. When the man opened the door, he and three others entered the house. Thank god my wife has the presence of mind to grab the kids and hide in the closet. Reporter: One shot was fired. No one was hurt. This 2013 New York police department Su valance video shows a U.P.S. Imposter walking away with a there are 40,000 package. These gunmen in California pretended they were delivering flowers as part of a scheme to rob this house. Now, as many look to receive more packages, words of advice. Just because U.P.S. Knox at the door, doesn't mean you to open it. If you feel uncomfortable, don't open it. Reporter: Consumers can ask to see a photo I.D. Residents don't have to sign for a package unless they specifically asked for it to be signed for when they ordered. They're trying to find out how the suspect managed to get their hands on a U.P.S. Jacket, something only issued to full-time employ years. Thank you. A chilling story. Coming up in the next hour. I can't believe we're going talk
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