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Police install surveillance cameras where UFO landed in Las Vegas backyard after 'shadowy figures' were seen
Featured Image Credit: Doug Poppa / TikTok / corrymarilyns

Police install surveillance cameras where UFO landed in Las Vegas backyard after 'shadowy figures' were seen

After 'shadowy figures' were apparently seen in a Las Vegas backyard, police have now installed surveillance cameras.

The talk of UFOs has always been a hot topic of conversation, even if it has become a bit of a meme in recent years.

While NASA recently released their initial findings into their independent study into UFOS, a Las Vegas family reported sightings of non-human activity in their backyard.

The video shows a group of people nervous as they look into a backyard behind a house, with the camera zooming in on a forklift truck which apparently has 'shadowy figures' lurking inside.

That came after police body cam footage emerged last week showing lights hovering in the sky before plummeting to the ground in a suspected UFO crash landing sighting.

Officers carried out an extensive search following reports of the mysterious figures, with no new evidence being uncovered.

While a lot of these stories may have not had much substance, police have now installed surveillance cameras at a house that reported UFO activity on 1 May.

The family in question claimed to see tall alien creatures with 'big eyes', though many were not so believing.

Footage of police arriving at the house has been released.
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Las Vegas podcaster, Poppa, who usually focuses on corruption in the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, has been heavily involved in the case.

He interviewed the family twice in person, telling the New York Post he doesn't believe in UFOs.

However, the podcaster did add what the family was saying, he thought was somewhat credible.

But during a second visit to the home, Poppa noticed something rather strange sitting outside the house.

He immediately noticed some surveillance cameras, which the family had told him the cops had installed.

Its purpose, you ask? Well, to protect them from UFO nuts that might come to their address and potentially bother or even harm them.

"The mother told me they came out there and put up the cameras, supposedly to protect the family from people coming to bother them about the UFO," Poppa told the New York Post.

Police bodycam footage has seemingly captured UFO sightings in recent days.
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"But I can tell you right now. Cops don’t come out and put up expensive video equipment up like that — and they certainly wouldn’t for someone calling in a report about a UFO."

While many still find it hard to believe, the reporting came shortly after bodycam footage from the LVMPD seemingly showed a suspected UFO soaring across the night sky.

Local TV channel 8 News reported the object spotted in the sky was picked up on the bodycam footage at around 11:50pm local time on 30 April - with its flash seen as far as Utah and California.

Topics: News, US News, Police, UFO