A horrific home invasion was caught on tape in Arizona and two of the three suspects remain at large.
The video, which was recorded by the homeowner's surveillance camera, shows two men approaching the Tucson home.
Police said the suspects initially offered to do yard work. Suddenly, one of the men puts the homeowner in a choke hold, while the second man began beating him.
In the midst of the chaos, two people came out of the home but were immediately forced back inside at gunpoint, while the homeowner was dragged into his home with a gun to his head.
A third suspect is then seen entering through the front door.
The Pima County Sheriff's Office was able to use the video to identify and arrest Dominic Tyrone Dixon, however his two accomplices, who got away with wallets and cell phones, are still at large.
No one was seriously injured in the home invasion, but Tom Peine, deputy with the Pima County Sheriff's Department, said authorities are working swiftly to identify and apprehend the suspects.
"They could go out, commit additional crimes," he said. "They have been very violent in their approach."
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