Thieves get into woman’s home while her schoolmates see on Zoom

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    Classmates viewed on zoom as Maria Jose was threatened on cam (Picture: Newsflash)

    Horrified students might just see as burglars burglarized their schoolmate’s home and threatened her while she was participating in a school lesson over Zoom.

    Maria Jose was participating in an online English class at her house in Tungurahua, main Ecuador, when males broke in and required she turn over personal belongings.

    Other trainees in the video call might see Maria being threatened prior to the burglars closed her laptop computer and swiped it.

    Her schoolmates called Maria’s mom and the cops who detained 4 suspects by tracking 2 smart phones that had actually been taken. 

    A video recording of the class reveals the woman, in the 3rd column of the 3rd row, freeze prior to her laptop computer is closed. Her schoolmates flagged the event to the instructor who had actually not discovered. 

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    One student asks: ‘Does anyone have the address or the number of her parents?’ 

    Another responses that they have Maria’s mom’s number and is informed to ‘call her straight away’. 

    Ecuador Police stated the crooks ran away the scene in a cars and truck prior to they were captured in Huachi Grande. 

    They had actually taken a safe, $4,000 (£3,017) in money, 2 weapons, one piercing weapon, 2 smart phones, one laptop computer and one computer game console. 

    Police called the suspects detained as Luis C, Valentin P, Carlos A and Dorian R.

    They are presently in custody however it is uncertain regarding whether they have actually been charged.

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