On December 12 Chris and Sarah Wyatt’s surveillance system captured images of a woman and two men robbing their home. Two days later, they spotted the vehicle they had seen on the surveillance footage, stopped the vehicle, called 911, and held them at gunpoint until police arrived.
The Wyatts live in Warrior, Alabama.
According to Mail Online, when the Wyatts recognized the suspects’ vehicle from the surveillance video, Chris “swerved to block them into a corner.” Unbeknownst to the Wyatts, the three suspects were allegedly on their way back from another robbery when cornered.
Chief Deputy Randy Christian said police arrived on the scene to find “the computer monitor, trumpet, knife collection, and jewelry the second victim reported missing.” No word on whether the “two TVs and numerous Christmas presents” taken from the Wyatt home were recovered as well.
Police have not released the names of the three suspects.
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