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    Miami-Dade police released surveillance video showing a home invader breaking into a Key Biscayne house and tying up a woman inside. Police say the man held the woman at gunpoint and used zip ties to restrain her. The home invader then ransacked the home, looking for valuables.

Miami-Dade police released surveillance video showing a home invader breaking into a Key Biscayne house and tying up a woman inside. Police say the man held the woman at gunpoint and used zip ties to restrain her. The home invader then ransacked the home, looking for valuables. Miami-Dade Police Department
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