Troubling home security camera video captured a man violently beating a woman on a porch in San Bernardino, and police are searching for the man and woman.
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Home Security Camera Captures Man Brutally Beating Woman in San Bernardino
"He's killing me... Help me please." The family inside the home with cameras that captured the brutal beating at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday said they're heartbroken. The frightened stranger came to their door, desperately pleading for help, but the homeowners say they didn't open the door out of fear that the man would hurt them, too.
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