Close call for this lucky dog, a bit startled but lives to tell the tale.
Location - Egypt
Two brazen women allegedly attempted to kidnap a young boy from an amusement arcade just feet from where his frantic mum stood.
Police are investigating the attempted abduction of a toddler by the Filipino women who were pretending to be missionaries, it is claimed.
CCTV footage captured the shocking incident in the small town of Palmares, located in the northern Costa Rica province of Alajuela.
A spokesperson for the Judicial Investigation Department (OIJ) said that local authorities have launched an investigation into the alleged kidnapping attempt after viewing the amusement arcade's CCTV footage.
In the short video, the boy is seen pressing buttons on an arcade game while his mother stands just out of shot.
At least seven people died after an Indonesian police station was targeted in another Islamist bomb attack the day after 13 Christians were killed in suicide bombings aimed at churches.
Another suicide bombing ripped through Surabaya, Indonesia's second-largest city, shortly before noon on Monday, prompting a warning for thousands of Australians holidaying in Indonesia to 'exercise a high degree of caution' and consider leaving.
Closed-circuit TV footage showed four men, linked to a pro-ISIS extremist group, riding on two motorcycles towards police officers who stopped them at the gate.
It was the latest suspected Islamic terrorist attack to coincide with the holy Muslim month of Ramadan.
This is the shocking moment a military police officer shoots an 18-year-old robber in a drug store in the Ensenada region of Guaruja, Brazil. The assailant later died in hospital.
This is the moment a man chase down and tackles a homeless maniac who attacked out of nowhere two elderly women in broad daylight in Brownsville, New York City, on Sunday.
A military police off duty was attending a Mother's Day party at the school where her daughter studied, the Ferreira Master College, in the city of Suzano, in the interior of São Paulo.
But when she was there, an assault occurred, and in reaction, she shot a suspect in front of the school. According to information from the Military Police for the G1 of Mogi das Cruzes and Suzano, the 21-year-old suspect was carrying a .38 caliber revolver and had already approached other mothers, as well as having searched the school's security to see if he carried weapons.
Also according to the PM, the police saw the movement and heard a woman saying it was robbery. At this point, she walked away, pulled out the gun and fired three times at the suspect.
Police said the man, who had already shot a shot that did not hit anyone, did a second shot, which failed. That's when the police officer got close. The suspect was rescued to the Santa Casa de Suzano, but it did not resist the injuries and it died.
Ofc. Raymond Rosario was caught on school security camera pulling the teens hair, whipping her with a belt, and punching her in the face.
A Border Patrol Agent was seriously injured after the car struck a steel-framed stop sign.
(CBSLA) — A wild El Segundo robbery — with suspects jumping out of cars and chasing their victims down — was caught on videotape.
KCAL9’s Rachel Kim said the victims literally saw trouble coming their way.
As soon as a dark late-model Honda Accord and a two-door gold-colored coupe (possibly an older Lexus) pulled up outside the Residence Inn in El Segundo, partygoers in the parking lot knew something was about to go down, so they started running.
The people in the cars jumped out of their vehicles and went after them.
The incident occurred on April 28.
“It looks like they were moving from place to place on the property looking for people to victimize,” said El Segundo Police Lt. Raymond Garcia.
Police say the group chased one young man who was wearing a backpack. They knocked him to the ground and began punching and kicking him – and continued to beat him up even after they took his backpack. The robbers weren’t done.
Another camera caught the suspects driving up on a group of women.
“Something was said, words to the effect that they possibly are going to shoot all the women and looks like they scattered and ran,” Garcia said.
Off-camera, police said one of the suspects punched a 16-year-old girl in the back of her head and ripped the jewelry from her neck.
The suspect soon returned to their cars, got in and took off. Detectives believe a man shown wearing a hoodie with white gloves was the main suspect who assaulted the victims.
Police want to stop this group before more people get robbed and beaten.
“More than likely they have done this before. And they may have done it since because they appear to be very comfortable with it,” said Garcia.
Officials said the Honda was distinctive because it was missing a hub cap on the left side.
Fight involving defendants, attorneys & deputies broke out in a courtroom.
This is the incredible moment a shopkeeper fights off a wannabe thief armed with a baseball bat before a group of bystanders use a trolley to make a dramatic citizen's arrest.
CCTV footage, obtained by 9 News, captured the moment the thug walked into the store and began striking the shop owner with a bat across the counter.
The attempted armed robbery occurred at about 7pm on Saturday at a milk bar on Coleman Road in Melbourne's east.
A burglar caught dancing on surveillance camera may have celebrated prematurely.
David Michael Seale, 43, was arrested on Tuesday in Fresno, California and charged with felony burglary and providing a false identity to an officer in connection with the break-in.
An office worker in the commercial area near Shaw Avenue and Hughes Avenue called police around 10.10am on Tuesday to report a suspicious person leaving the building on foot.
Cops rushed to the scene, knowing that there had just been a report of an expensive laptop stolen from the building over the weekend.
Seale was found loitering a short distance away, and had the stolen laptop in his possession, according to police.
This video shows the final moments of a young jogger before he was killed by a teenage joyrider.
William Dorey, 18, is seen happily running across the coast just minutes before reckless Joshua Cherukara and Harry Cable began zooming down Whitley Bay.
Cherukara was driving a Renault Megane when it lost control and mounted the pavement, crashing straight into William and left him with catastrophic injuries.
Footage shared by Northumbria Police officers shows that, in the moments before the crash on May 7 last year.
CCTV captures the moment, at around 10pm, that Cherukara lost control of his vehicle and collided with Willliam Dorey.
His friend, Harry Cable, who passed his driving test just days before the crash, was in a Vauxhall Corsa.
A toddler died after slipping out of her mum's arms and tumbling three floors off an escalator at a busy shopping centre.
Horrifying CCTV footage shows the mother stumble on the stairs and lose grip of the tot.
The youngster cannons head-first off railing and plunges three floors to the ground floor.
She was rushed to hospital where she was pronounced dead in Sri Ganganagar, north-west India.
Shocked witnesses claim the couple were taking selfies after stepping on the escalator.
It is said the wife lost her balance as she prepared for a selfie.
A police spokesman said: "This is a clear-cut case of an accident, however, the family of the deceased baby has refused to take any legal action as it was an accident."
Location - China
A fatal shooting between a Jackson police officer and two men early Wednesday morning was caught on .
The shows the officer next to a vehicle, talking to the driver with his door open.
The two begin to struggle shortly after the driver — identified as 30-year-old Elliott Reed — steps out of the SUV.
As Reed and the officer continue to struggle away from the vehicle, the passenger, 26-year-old Chauncy Reed, follows with what appears to be a gun aimed at his brother and the officer.
The officer retreats behind his patrol car and the two Reeds are shown getting back into the SUV as the window of the driver's door appears to shatter.
Elliott Reed later died of his injuries
CCTV captured the sickening moment a CLOWN was brutally attacked in the street, leaving him seriously injured.
The entertainer was kicked in the face by a man in Guacu, in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo.
Footage shows how the two men were drawn into a physical altercation on a pedestrian footpath after the clown approached his attacker from behind.
During the fight, the clown briefly loses one of his skittles and bends down to pick it up.
His opponent uses the opportunity to swiftly kick the clown in the face – sending him flying onto his back and leaving him motionless.
This is the dramatic moment two men stab each other during an early-hours knife fight on the London Underground.
In the shocking footage captured inside Brixton tube station, Joseph Dunkley, 46, and 18-year-old Samuel Gbo engage in a brutal brawl in what is thought to be a case of mistaken identity.
The frightening incident occurred at about 5.30am on August 5 last year.
This, caught on surveillance camera, is the unbelievable moment two masked thieves smashed a pickup truck into a convenience store in Manchacha, Texas, and made off with the store's ATM.
Elderly Woman Loses Control Of Her Vehicle When Her Foot Gets Stuck On The Gas And Plows Into Store!
A Devo fan in Ohio will now have an unfortunate memory when she hears one of the band's most famous songs thanks to two home robbers.
As 'Whip It' plays loudly in the background of the woman's Columbus, Ohio, home, a thief can be seen peaking into the living room to see if anyone is around.
'When a good time turns around, you must whip it!,' the song plays while the robbery is taking place.
'You will never live it down, unless you whip it!
'No one gets away, until they whip it!'
Traffic cameras in Milwaukee captured a scary moment last week on Interstate 43.
An inmate has been caught sneaking into a burger chain toilet to have sex while his supervising guard was distracted buying ice cream at the counter. CCTV footage Hungry Jacks burger chain in Australia the forbidden liaison lasted just two-and-a-half minutes in a disabled unisex cubicle. A Corruption and Crime Commission investigation into the incident revealed a small group of prisoners at a low security prison farm had “groomed and exploited” a 64-year-old prison guard to make unauthorised stops at fast food chains and news agencies when transporting them back to jail from supervised work programs. During one unscheduled stop-off the guard, David Northing, and two prisoners entered Hungry Jacks in Mundaring in Perth's hills for the convicted men to use the bathrooms and be treated to ice-cream and soft drink. One of the prisoners, however, had other plans, having arranged a liaison with a woman who was waiting in a booth eating fries when he walked through the restaurant’s doors.
A thief has been caught on camera snatching a sat nav in mere seconds.
The furious owner has shared the film as a warning to other motorists, the Manchester Evening News reports.
The clip captures a man in a baseball cap breaking into James Purkhardt’s Seat Ibiza in Shaw Road, Royton.
At around 3.50am on Monday, May 7, the thief smashed the front driver’s window, then stole the built-in sat nav and bluetooth device.
He flees quickly with the goods after triggering the alarm
A brave shopkeeper overpowered a robber who held a knife to this throat during a failed raid at his newsagents.
Dramatic CCTV footage captured Siva Sivapathasumtharam, 37, embroiled in a terrifying struggle with Jac Burrows, who attempted to snatch cash from the till at the family-run business in Lowestoft, Suffolk.
Burrows, 23, sobbed in the dock this week as he was sentenced to four-and-a-half years for robbery and possession of a knife in a public place.
Video shows Burrows barged his way behind the counter while wielding a kitchen knife before tussling with Mr Sivapathasumtharam.
A fearless boy saved his little brother from the clutches of a suspected kidnapper outside their dad's shop in China.
Disturbing video shows the small boy was playing with his elder brother and sister when a man walking along the street grabbed him by the chin and then his hand without stopping.
The child appears helpless and reportedly cried out as he was dragged by the man until his heroic sibling springs into action.
The older boy was captured dropping a paper plane he had been playing with to pursue the stranger before pulling his brother to safety.
A dad yawned today as he was found guilty of killing his three-month-old baby son by shaking him and immersing him in water.
Alistair Walker, 27, was convicted of manslaughter and child cruelty by jurors following a five-week trial at Bristol Crown Court.
Mum Hannah Henry, 22, was acquitted of manslaughter - but found guilty of causing or allowing the death of a child and child cruelty.
The couple's son, Ah'Kiell Walker, was found by paramedics naked, soaking wet and freezing cold at their home in Gloucester.
He died the following day, on July 31, 2016. A post-mortem examination found he had suffered a fatal brain injury.
The court had heard how the little boy was so wet paramedics had to tip water out of his mouth when they arrived at the property.
This shocking 90mph motorbike chase prompted a top judge to warn young criminals: stop before your parents get that tragic knock on the door.
Judge David Aubrey, QC, delivered the strongly worded message after CCTV footage showed Jack Higgins, 19, speeding through the city before a crash left his pillion passenger with a broken leg.
The college student was riding in a pack of three street bikes which drove so quickly during the seven mile chase that a specially trained police pursuit officer could not keep up.
An out-of-control car smashed into parked vehicles before the driver got out and 'legged it' in a dramatic crash caught on CCTV.
Footage captured the moment the vehicle appeared to lose control and ricocheted off other cars before slamming into the back of a silver Ford in Openshaw, Manchester.
The motorist initially ran off but later returned to exchange insurance details with the people whose cars were damaged.
CCTV owner and resident, Justin Howard, told the Manchester Evening News : “The car came from Abbey Hey Lane and lost it at the mini roundabout.
This is the heroic moment a brave man raced up an escalator to rescue a three-year-old girl who was left hanging 65ft from the ground when she became trapped on a handrail.
Local policeman Zou Yanjie was off-duty when he sprung into action in a shopping centre in Zhengzhou City, China, as a mother struggled to pull her child to safety.
Heart-stopping security footage shows the girl was dangling off the side of the escalator until the brave rescuer managed to haul her onto the moving steps.
The girl's mother, whose surname is Li, said she feared her daughter was seconds from death as she watched on helplessly until the Good Samaritan intervened.
She said: "I told the kid it's time to leave but she wouldn't go.