The robbery occurred in a liquor store in Palmdale. And police believe the robber struck the same store in November.
A police force said they were left with "shivers down their spines" after eerie footage showed a garage door opening by itself and a broom flying out.
New South Wales Police shared spooky footage of a garage door opening all on its own.
But while that doesn't sound too frightening - the clip then shows a sweeping brush flying out to the door and standing up for a few moments before it crashes down to the ground.
The strange incident happened just after 5.30am on April 12 - with the video being posted on social media on Friday the 13th.
A man who did press-ups on top of a moving van has been banned from driving for his "insane stunt".
Matthew Peake was disqualified even though he was laying on top of the van - for "aiding and abetting" dangerous driving.
The 21-year-old was caught on CCTV doing his push-ups laying on top of the white Volkswagen Caddy while it was being driven around a car park.
His friend Benjamin Williams, 20, was behind the wheel at 10pm as it drove around with Peake pushing himself up on the roof, reports Wales Online.
On April 10th, when a car was waiting at a traffic light, suddenly a white smoke came out of the window, and it took only a few tens of seconds before the smoke enveloped and the fireworks splashed. The local traffic police said that it was possible that cigarette butts ignited firecrackers.
This is the shocking moment a scooter battery is caught on fire after being left charging overnight at a delivery shop in east China.
CCTV footage shows a battery sparks fire suddenly while it is placed on a trolley and connected to a four-metre-long (13ft) cable.
Within a short 23 seconds, the battery exploded and set the nearby boxes on fire.
CCTV footage has been released after a shopkeeper was stabbed multiple times in a robbery in West London. The two robbers hid their faces with their hoods when they raided the store.
The very dangerous situation occurred yesterday around 18:45 on ul. Traugutta in Czechowice-Dziedzice. Two teens walking along the sidewalk were fooling around. At one point, one pushed the other under the passing bus. There was a set-off.
52-year-old driver of the MZK bus from Bielsko-Biała immediately stopped the bus. The ambulance and two police patrols intervened. Fortunately, nothing serious happened to the girl who had been hit by the girl.
Elwira Jurasz from Police Station in Bielsko-Biała, a girl who pushed her friend under the bus's wheels was fined PLN 300 for causing a traffic hazard. (Google translate)
A woman drove into a parking lot and crashed into five vehicles on April 13 in Yangxin County, Central China. She slapped a security guard who was trying to stop her as she fled the scene.
With the help of witnesses, the police found the suspect in a bush. Police confirmed she was drunk-driving and faced criminal detention of up to six months.
A driver has been jailed for a year and banned from driving for three after he avoided being hit by an oncoming train by “one second”.
Footage released by the British Transport Police (BTP) reveals the terrifying moment Giedrius Puisys, 38, misses being hit by the 1,600-tonne freight train by a whisker.
Puisys, from Ipswich, has been handed a 12-month prison sentence and a three-year driving ban at Ipswich Crown Court.
The reckless driver gets out of his black Citroen Xsar to lift the barriers at the Routs level crossing on Felixstowe Road, near Ipswich.
Artem Russakovsii of Oakland,California captured video on his his home security video cameras of an Amazon Local delivery guy hurling a package up onto his balcony.
The angry homeowner posted the video onYouTube, with the question, 'Hey Amazon, this is how your last mile delivery driver delivered my package today. Are you kidding me?'
Chinese man plunges 30ft to his death after 'accidentally' reversing his car off a multi-storey garage. A Chinese man has died after driving his car off a multi-storey car park in southeast China yesterday.
The 54-year-old man, appeared to be reversing his Honda Odyssey on the third floor, crashed the barriers before plunging 30 feet to the ground.
He was pronounced dead at the scene and local police ruled his death as accidental.
CCTV footage captured the moment of the accident the
Surveillance cameras captured a robbery and shooting at a Lauderhill gas station, and detectives are asking for the public's help in finding the shooter.
Police said a driver in a black car and a passenger were trying to find their victim. They soon settled on a person seen getting out of his car and walking inside a gas station to pay to fill up. Seconds later, he walked out and made his way to the pump.
"The victim had a very large gold chain around his neck that was worth a lot of money," Lt. Michael Santiago said.
The video shows the black car then back up slowly, and the gunman jumped out of the car and pulled out a gun. The victim made a run for it, and is shot once in the backside.
"If you can see a chain being thrown in the video from that distance, you can tell it was a pretty thick chain," Santiago said.
This is the moment a criminal who had just robbed a travel agency loses the stolen cash he had stuffed down his trousers to a big gust of wind.
In the clip, the man accompanied by another robber, can be seen fleeing the scene with the money in his trousers before it gets blown into the street.
He desperately tries to clutch at his trousers to try and stop the stray notes, but it's all in vain as stream of cash erupts and spills over the road.
The criminals ran from a travel agent on Queens Walk, Manchester before making their escape towards Craven Street where they got into a silver car.
Greater Manchester Police have released this footage to appeal for the public's help, describing the crime as 'utterly unacceptable'.
A young man was surrounded by armed gang members at gunpoint and bundled into a car in a terrifying kidnapping that took less than a minute.
Mexican authorities have released footage of the abduction - but nobody knows who the victim is or the gang's motive for attacking him.
The unidentified man was walking along a street in Tecamac, central Mexico, when he was bundled into a waiting car.
In footage lasting just over a minute, a white car is seen stopping on a side street in the dead of night.
Four men casually get out of the vehicle and splinter off into two groups.
On the 30-second mark, a young pedestrian is seen entering the right-hand side of the frame.
A Russian man has been hailed as a hero after saving a female shopworker from an armed man who was 'attempting to rape her'.
Alexander Vysotsky was walking past a shop in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, when he saw a young female clerk being attacked by a man, and dashed in to pull him off her, and held him down until police came.
The horrific attack was caught on CCTV and shows the woman, known only as Ekaterina, 28, suddenly attacked by a man with a knife in the shop.
"A woman arrived walking to the car lot and pretended to be looking to buy a car. She asked for a test drive. After the test drive she wanted to park the car in reverse and asked the agent to get out of the car to assist her in backing it up, she backed up enough to turn around and then speed away in the car."
The image from the security camera shows the moment the truck is running at high speed, slamming into the rear of the tractor that is stopped in the middle of the road due to brake failure. The strong driver caused the truck to crumple, the driver stuck in the cabin crushed, killed in place.
CCTV footage has been released of a robbery at an ATM in China, where a man grabbed nearly $800 from a woman as she was withdrawing cash.
This is the dramatic moment a gang of ram raiders used a fork-lift truck to try and steal cash machine before they smashed a police car window and made their escape.
Shocking CCTV shows the stolen vehicle being repeatedly driven into the front of the Co-op store as the would-be thieves tried to smash their way in to rob an ATM.
As police arrived seconds later, the offenders fled after smashing the windscreen of the squad car - causing cuts to the face of two officers.
Police have warned motorists to be aware of 'slider' thefts which are on the rise.
Opportunistic thieves catch drivers unaware as they fill their cars with petrol and sneak in to the vehicle to steal items such as handbags and mobile phones.
There's been an increase in reports of the thefts across the US, particularly California.
The thieves generally find a victim at a petrol station and drive up on the opposite side of their vehicle.
They bend down out of sight of the victim, 'slide' up to the car, open the door and take a purse or wallet.
A drunk man was caught on camera viciously attacked a woman in the street in east China last week.
Footage showed the man body-slammed a woman onto the floor and kicked her in the face numerous times.
The assailant was detained by local police and was found to have records of similar offences in the past.
The Fort Worth Police Department released surveillance video from April 2 showing two thieves stealing a flat-screen from a model home in a housing development.
Four men could be charged with a hate crime after being accused of shouting anti-gay slurs while brutally beating a same-sex couple following Miami Beach’s gay pride parade this weekend.
The suspects surrendered to police through their attorney on Tuesday afternoon, after surveillance video was released by the Miami Beach Police Department showing them punching Dmitry Logunov and his boyfriend, Rene Chalacra, in the face and knocking them to the ground.
The beating left the victims with multiple facial injuries, including cuts and bruises. Chalacra was briefly knocked out, an arrest report said.
A violent confrontation on a city bus today in Montebello.
As CBSLA’s Dave Lopez reports, the trouble started when a passenger in a wheelchair asked another man for some space so he could get off the bus.
The incident occurred at 12:40 p.m. when the bus was headed down Whittier Boulevard and stopped just past Gerhart.
Suddenly a man in a wheelchair was being hit by a man on the bus.
The explosion took place on Wednesday afternoon in the area of the Northern Port of Korsakov on Sakhalin, where workers tried to cut the tank from fuel and lubricants. The incident, as a result of which one welder died, hit the camera's surveillance lens.
Initially, it was reported that the explosion occurred in the port itself, one later it turned out that the location was a nearby base for receiving metal. Its employees, as the cadres testify, planned to cut the tank from the fuel with the help of a welding machine, but as soon as one of them started to work, a powerful cotton came.
The shock wave tore the wall of the tank, and the welder was thrown a few meters away. From the injuries the man died on the spot, his two companions needed medical help.
Investigators are engaged in checking the circumstances of the incident and interviewing witnesses.
A bumbling thief was caught on camera stealing money from Dixie Donuts in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The suspect stumbled through the heist, slipping and dropping the cash register on his way out of the store.
This is the astonishing moment a dad turns into a human fireball as a DIY garden fire goes disastrously wrong.
After pouring paint thinners onto the wood he was burning, Scott Buckley caught alight.
Flames rocketed up his legs and back, rapidly spreading.
CCTV footage shows the moment it happened and the dad-of-two flailing around attempting to put the flames out.
Remarkably Scott, from Rochdale, Greater Manchester, escaped with only minor burns to his legs after using the 'drop and roll' technique.
The builder and businessman, known to pals as ‘Bucko’, described the incident as ‘the most stupid thing I’ve ever done’.
Scott and his mate Jon Glennon were burning timber left over from some DIY they had been doing in his back garden in Shawclough when they decided to use an old tin of paint thinner to get the fire started.
A knife-wielding assailant threatened a couple in front of children at a busy shopping centre shouting "I will f*** you up".
Zain Shahzad brandished a flick knife and made threats to the shoppers who had done nothing but walk by him.
Dramatic CCTV footage shows the moment two officers tackled him to the ground, where he was then pinned down by the pair and a passerby.
St David's shopping centre was packed on March 5, when the 21-year-old pulled the 9cm pointed and serrated blade from his coat.
Police were working on another operation when they spotted him behaving strangely and after pinning him down, he was arrested.
The knife was recovered at the scene, Wales Online reports.
A man was seen swaggering down the street with a 'shotgun' over his shoulder just moments before he was gunned down by police.
CCTV from a nearby shop has been released days after the 41-year-old unnamed man was shot in the early hours of Monday morning.
The footage appears to show his final moments as he walks down a street in Romford, Essex, with what appears to be a shotgun.
Officers were called to a man making threats and claiming he was in possession of a firearm on April 9.
Armed officers raced to an Esso petrol station and just under an hour later the man was dead.
A shopkeeper in Hyde, England, uses a Super Soaker water gun to defend his store from shoplifting teens. "I think the kids are quite shocked when I use the water pistol,” said Joe Chesworth, who runs e-cigarette shop Just Vapours.