A U.S. Air Force veteran stopped an attempted burglary when he confronted four burglars with his gun outside of on his neighbors house. The military veteran caught the broad-daylight home burglary attempt on video which you can watch below.
Brett McCann, a veteran who served 22 years in the United States Air Force, was at home when he received a phone call from his neighbor telling him his alarm had gone off and the would-be burglars were in his house.
The man who owned the home told a Las Vegas news reporter, "I called my neighbor, and told him, 'Dude, they're in my house; they're in my house right now."
McCann told his neighbor, "I'm on my way and he said 'be careful,' so I grabbed my gun and walked outside with my cell phone. They started to come out, I confronted them, and they dropped everything and ran."
McCann confronted the four burglars with a camera and a gun outside the house in the following clip that originally aired on “Fox and Friends.”
The video shows one man running toward the group’s getaway car with a black sweater thrown over his head, and another running and jumping into the trunk.
Below is what the veteran captured on camera as he confronted those burglars.
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