Man climbs up to second floor of Bronx home before burglary: video



A crook was caught on video climbing up to the second-floor awning of a Bronx home to open a window before he and four others ransacked a couple’s bedroom at gunpoint, cops said. 

The suspect hoisted himself up to the second floor of a home at Barnes Avenue and Van Nest Avenue, with the help of his pals, around 10:10 p.m. Monday, cops said. 

Then he opened the door for his accomplices, police said. 

One of the burglars climbing up onto the building's second floor.
One of the burglars climbing up onto the building’s second floor.

Once inside, one of the men pulled a handgun and all five confronted a couple — a 46-year-old man and a 36-year-old woman — in their bedroom, authorities said. 

They pilfered through the bedroom and made off with $120 in cash, cops said. 

The group took off on Barnes Avenue inside a gray four-door sedan, and police are still hunting for them.


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