PIMA COUNTY, Ariz. (NBC/KVOA) - A violent home invasion is captured on camera, and police are using that video Friday morning to help find the suspects.
It happened Sunday evening at a home in Pima County, Ariz.
You see the suspects come to the home and solicit yard work.
Then within a flash, one of the suspects pulls a gun and grabs the homeowner around the neck.
With a gun to his head, the homeowner is led into the house where the criminals took two wallets and a cell phone before running away.
Police arrested one suspect, while two others remain on the loose.
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