This chilling CCTV footage shows the moment a balaclava clad woman broke into a couple's home and stole their 11-day-old baby.
The well-off family had employed Nadene Manukau-Togiavalu, 21, to help look after their newborn but instead she concocted an elaborate plan to steal their child.
Just days after starting her new job, Nadene waited for the baby's father to fall asleep and then signalled for her cousin to sneak into the house in the wealthy suburb of Epsom in Aukland, New Zealand.
Security footage shows her cousin Sydnee Taulapapa, 18, using a remote control to open the gate before entering the house via the back door.
A mayor south of Metro Manila known for his anti-crime crusade was shot dead on Monday as he presided over the city's flag ceremony.
Tanauan, Batangas Mayor Antonio Halili was shot in the chest just as city hall employees began singing the national anthem.
Chief Superintendent Edward Carranza, Calabarzon police chief, said the bullet hit Halili's cellphone first before it went through his right chest.
He said the unidentified gunman was in an elevated area and 100 meters away from the city hall.
Homeowners wait for information on the homes destroyed in the Spring Fire in Costilla County, Colorado. Surveillance video came from a client of Dylan R Brown Agency - Farmers Insurance at a Forbes Park address.
Terrifying footage has emerged of the moment a fifty-metre section of a major road collapses.
The street can be seen buckling and crumbling on video captured by CCTV cameras in the city of Guang'an in Sichuan province, south-west China.
No injuries or deaths were reported as a result of the road collapse, which occurred just before 7am on Sunday.
Two kindergarten teachers in central China are under investigation after they allegedly physically abused their students.
Parents at a preschool in Xi'an city, Shaanxi province， said that their children had come home with apparent red needle marks on their bodies.
Upon checking surveillance footage, the horrified parents saw one of the teachers holding two students still and stabbing them with an unknown object in an attempt to get them to take a nap. The object was later identified to be a paper clip.
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HILLSIDE — A 73-year-old Union Township man has been accused of intentionally driving over a puppy with his car in the parking lot of the ShopRite in Hillside.
Luis Navarro, 73, could face three to five years in prison if found guilty of third-degree animal cruelty.
Navarro was arrested after surveillance footage from the Route 22 supermarket caught his car pulling up to a parking space about 11 a.m. Thursday.
Prosecutors say the video shows Navarrao getting out of his car and walking over to the passenger’s side to get the puppy, which he then places on the pavement.
The video then shows the car backing out of the spot and driving over the puppy with a front and rear tire.
As the car drives off, the animal can be seen squirming on the ground.
Prosecutors say the puppy was dead by the time police were called to the scene.
Authorities released a copy of the disturbing video in hopes that witnesses could step forward.
Prosecutors ask anyone with information to call 973-926-5800 or 908-527-4169.
A man attempted to cause a fire at a gas station on June 27 in east China's Shangrao City. The man had a quarrel with his family at the gas station, and rushed toward the gas pump with a lighter. He attempted to light the fuel from the nozzle. Luckily, station staff pounced on the man and wrestled the nozzle from him within 6 second
An angry BMW driver swerved into the path of an oncoming moped rider leaving him with horrific injuries because of bad blood between the two over an ex-girlfriend.
John Boyle-Matcham, 23, steered his father's car into the path of Jamie Clarke's Gilera Runner 125 scooter in Watford last year sending him flying through the air.
Boyle-Matcham was jailed for 13 years for the August bank holiday Monday crash, which one person described as looking 'like a war movie' when Mr Clarke's legs appeared to be almost 'severed'.
Mr Clarke, now 21, spent two weeks in intensive care being treated for brain seizures and fractures before spending a total of two months at St George's Hospital in Tooting.
He walks with a crutch and has limited movement to his right forearm and ankle, and is now awaiting a final prognosis.
A British tourist stabbed to death in Croatia was part of a brazen gang which caused "total mayhem" by robbing more than 40 Carphone Warehouse stores causing £500,000 of damage, according to reports.
Ugo Wilson, known as 'Kraze' by pals, was knifed multiple times outside Kalypso nightclub at Zrce Beach, on the island of Pag, Novalja, as the town hosted Hideout Festival.
The 26-year-old was handed a 27-month prison sentence back in 2013, then aged 21, for his involvement in the robbing spree at 42 different Carphone Warehouse stores in London, according to a Croatian newspaper.
Several members of the gang were jailed for 11 years after shoppers were abused, staff threatened and children chased, before the looters ripped phones and iPads from the walls.
This is the chilling moment a killer showed police officers the body of his victim slumped in the passenger seat of his car.
Sukwinder Singh, 41, drove his black BMW to a police station and invited officers out to his car.
And they were horrified to see the body of Singh's brother-in-law Harish Kumar inside with a stab wound to his chest.
A court heard Singh had been driving for five hours with his victim sat next to him before going to the police in West Bromwich, West Mids.
The killer has now been jailed for a minimum of five years after admitting manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility, Birmingham Live reports.
Man who was sucker-punched and left unconscious in the street was then robbed
ALBERTA, Canada (KTRK) -- Surveillance video obtained by authorities shows a woman falling through a convenience store ceiling after trying to escape from Canadian police.
The store owners told authorities that they became suspicious that a man and woman had a stolen credit card, so they called police.
When police arrived, the man tried to fight them while the woman ran to the back of the store and crawled up into the ceiling.
The woman eventually came crashing down, and both people were arrested.
Luckily, no one was injured during the incident.
The San Angelo Police Department said that a man was trying to run over his girlfriend when he plowed through a San Angelo Walmart in his pickup truck early on Thursday morning.
According to authorities, Caleb Wilson, 19, of Eldorado, was shopping at the store on Sherwood Way in San Angelo at around 12:30 a.m. on Thursday when he got into a fight with his girlfriend.
A customer intervened in the fight and convinced the woman to go back inside of the store.
When Wilson's girlfriend and customer checked to see if Wilson had left the scene, authorities said that Wilson sped towards them.
Wilson's girlfriend and the customer jumped out of the way as Wilson’s truck barreled into the store with his red Dodge Ram 2500, plowing over shelves and displays on his way to the back of the store.
77 year old granny goes full GTA on shop's storefront door window.
A girl was slapped by her playmate’s mother for fighting over toys in an amusement park in Ningbo City, east China’s Zhejiang Province on June 24. The mother of the injured girl called the police. The woman who slapped the girl has been detained for 10 days and fined 500 yuan.
A 'mischievous' girl was caught on camera letting go of her younger sister in a buggy down a slope outside her home in China.
The mother bolted and chased after the pram in a desperate attempt to save her younger daughter from injuring.
The pram hit on some rocks on the pavement and toppled sideways before the mother managed to stop it. The toddler fell on the ground hitting headfirst.
Not all heroes wear capes. In this case, sometimes they apparently wear a Chick-Fil-A uniform.
A South Austin Chick-Fil-A employee is being credited with saving a man’s life, and it turns out it wasn’t his first time helping a choking customer.
23-year-old Hunter Harris is often the guy his coworkers go to for help. His title, after all, is "team leader." Harris was working Saturday afternoon at the Southpark Meadows location near Slaughter Lane and I-35 when his coworker, Anita Duran, came to him with a difficult task: saving a man’s life.
"I was up here doing my job, and our dining room lady, Anita, came up to me with urgency and said that there's a man choking in the dining room,” Harris said.
In surveillance video sent to KVUE by the company, you can see a customer appear to start choking on his food and a woman leaps out of her seat to perform the Heimlich maneuver to save him.
Despite a valiant effort, the woman was not able to relieve the man from choking.
"She was trying really hard, but I think he was maybe too heavy or something,” Duran said. “I ran over there to call Hunter, and he immediately came over here to help."
Within seconds, Harris went from team leader to life saver. He stepped in to perform the Heimlich maneuver for the woman and successfully saved the man's life.
"I stepped in and I took care of him. I did what I could do, and it all worked out,” Harris said. "I just made sure that he was okay. We got him a fresh meal, and then he just went on his way."
Hunter’s father, Jamie, who happens to own the franchise, said his son’s actions didn’t surprise him.
"His character is to jump in and help when help is needed. You could see that it was natural for him. Very proud of that,” Jamie Harris said.
Duran told KVUE she immediately called Hunter Harris to come help because he’s saved someone else before at this location about a month or two ago.
"And so I knew that he knew the maneuvers to do the position and everything,” Duran said. “I told him he’s a hero.”
“So would you do it again,” KVUE’s Pattrik Perez asked.
“Without a doubt,” Hunter Harris said.
Jamie Harris said his son isn’t the only hero in this story. The customer sitting next to the choking man who jumped into help is a hero, too.
Unfortunately, though, they don’t have her contact information, and Jamie Harris wants to give her a huge thanks. If you know who the woman is, tell her to get in touch with the Chick-Fil-A in South Meadows.
In a swimming pool in a certain place, a woman was suspected of dying while swimming. The monitoring showed that the lifeguard was slightly hesitant at the time of the incident and was not rescued in time. The swimming pool is cooperating with the investigation and the cause of the accident is still under investigation.
Police looking for man who groped woman in broad daylight in Washington DC.
Surveillance video shows two attackers sucker punch a man and leave him unconscious in the street before bystanders steal his belongings in the Bronx.
This is the shocking moment a callous driver ploughed into a motorcyclist who he had mistaken for someone else.
CCTV showed how the motorist bashed into his victim at full speed along a main road, causing him to suffer two broken hips and multiple fractures.
The 20-year-old victim was mistaken for someone else while riding his yellow Suzuki machine down Parrs Wood Road, Burnage, in the early hours.
As he reached the junction of Heyscroft Road the man started to slow his bike down, at which point Louis Lomas’ red Citroen closed in on him, the Manchester Evening News reported .
Two murder suspects who allegedly killed and dismembered a man have been arrested thanks to their pet dog.
One of the men was spotted on CCTV carrying body parts in a wheelbarrow with the pooch chasing along behind.
He abandoned the wheelbarrow on the streets of Santo Andre, in Brazil.
A security guard reportedly found the wheelbarrow full of body parts and called the Military Police.
Detectives showed the CCTV images around the neighbourhood and people quickly identified where the dog lived with its owner.
Bodega workers heartlessly gave the boot to mistaken-ID murder victim Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz as the desperate teen bled all over the store rather than offer him any aid, according to newly released video footage.
Police are looking for a driver who has gone missing after causing an accident at a level crossing in south China on Tuesday afternoon.
A driving school car was filmed trying to beat the red light at the railroad crossing but ended up being hit by an oncoming train in Xiangtan city.
No injuries have been reported so far and local police are investigating the case.
This is the moment callous thieves stole £300 meant to fund activities for disabled children, but the charity's boss says police don't seem to be doing much about it.
Two men and two women are shown in a video wandering into the Anglers Rest Cafe in East London apparently to order some food.
But the men and one woman are seen apparently distracting staff by crowding around the counter in CCTV footage that shows the other woman snatch the cash
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NEW YORK -- Police in New York City have made an eighth arrest in the fatal stabbing of a Bronx teenager, who was brutally attacked in what may have been a case of mistaken identity. Elvin Garcia was arrested in the Bronx and is expected to be arraigned later Tuesday on charges of murder, manslaughter and assault in the death of 15-year-old Lesandro Guzman-Feliz, Bronx District Attorney Darcel Denise Clark announced Tuesday.
Six suspects taken into custody in Paterson, New Jersey, after the attack outside a Bronx bodega appeared in court Tuesday, where they waived their rights to an extradition hearing. Jose Muniz, Santiago Rodriguez, Joniki Martinez, Manuel Rivera, Jose Tavarez, and Danel Fernandez agreed to be transported to New York to face charges of homicide, manslaughter and assault in the fatal stabbing.