An extremely intense burglary video was recently released by the Waterford Police which involved a homeowner that walked into his home while it was being robbed last week.

According to Fox 2 Detroit, the burglary happened around 9:45 p.m. at a home on Oak Knoll Road. The two men, both wearing ski masks and sweatshirts, forced open the front door to get inside.

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While in the home you see two men in ski masks walking around the home, with one of the two holding a gun. It almost seemed like they were looking for something in particular. It's also possible that I watch too many crime shows but that's how it appeared to me.

While they were snooping around the house you hear the door open and a man shout "hey!" It was the homeowner that I'm sure surprised the hell out of the two men. Apparently, he turned and ran away while one of the men chased him and shot at him six times. The homeowner was struck three times but still managed to run to the neighbors for help.

The two men jumped in a Chrylser 300 with front and rear end damage, a broken driver side window, and bullet holes in the driver side door.

Fox 2 describes one of the suspects as a Black man, standing between 6' and 6'2", with a thin build, and in his late teens or early 20s. Police said he's the man who shot the victim. The other suspect is a white man in his late teens or early 20s, wearing a black sweatshirt with a green logo and sweat pants with a stripe along both sides.

The homeowner somehow survived despite being shot three times.

Anyone with information is asked to call Waterford Police Detective Novak at (248) 618-7515, or to remain anonymous contact the Tip Line at 248-674-COPS.

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