Transcript for California Home Invasion Caught on Surveillance Video
Back now at 7:42 with a frightening home invasion caught on cameras. Burglars armed with knives going room to room while three members of the family including a baby hide out in a bedroom. ABC's T.J. Holmes is here with more. Good morning, T.J. Good morning, Lara. That video you're showing of a break-in that didn't require much breaking in. A back door left unlocked. They walked right in. Now, the first thing they did was arm themselves and before they attempted to steal anything, they went after the two women and baby inside. Horror captured on home surveillance video. This morning police looking for these two men wielding knives invading this California home trying to break down this door with a crying 1-year-old on the other side. All I'm getting so far is two men entered the residence with knives. Reporter: The men braizenly breaking in in broad daylight. Looking for a all clear walking right through the patio door like they own the place. They headed to the kitchen disconnecting the land line phone to prevent calls from going out and grab knives. They grabbed a knew and already to kill or hit or hurt someone. Reporter: But they weren't alone much watch as they hear noises above them. Bowling upstairs running into the master bedroom first finding it empty but then one realizes there are people locked in the back bedroom. Watching his 1-year-old. Daughter of the intruders rushes to knock it down but can't do it alone requiring help from his counterpart. Singh's sister-in-law acting as a barricade trying to hold the door shut. The suspects only able to kick a hole through the door before fleeing the scene in fear. He made a big hole and then tried to hurt my sister-in-law with the knife. Reporter: The women locking themselves in a bathroom calling 911. They're very, very scared. Especially when they were holding 1-year-old child in their hand and, you know, anything could have gone wrong. Reporter: This isn't the first time burglars have targeted Singh's home. He's hoping releasing these videos will help police find the attackers. I don't know what to do. You know, you don't feel safe in your own house. Yeah, the reason they have it on video is because they installed those cameras after the last break-in. They didn't stop the guys from getting inside but hope they'll stop them in the future letting folks know, hey, keep an eye out for these guys and lock your doors. Thanks. Coming up, a ballroom shocker.
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