We’re not sure if the alleged spoliation was really the crime, but it sure looked suspicious.

The crime scene was surrounded by empty rooms and the building’s perimeter had been cordoned off.

In the video above, you can see the suspect walking around in the same spot on the same day of the crime.

So it’s possible the suspect didn’t want to have to see his alleged victim again.

The video also shows an apparent witness telling a detective, “I’m going to show you the evidence.”

You can hear the police officer asking if this man is “that person.”

He answers, “No.”

So, yes, the suspect may have been the person who spied on the crime scene, but the evidence could just as easily have been a person from the neighborhood who happened to be watching the crime unfold.

The man was arrested and charged with felony theft and tampering with evidence.

But he didn’t show up in court.

We have no idea what happened to him.

We also don’t know if the crime victim was ever seen again.

He was apparently shot in the head.

The detective asked the suspect what he was doing there.

The suspect told the detective, again, that he was going to take the video to his family.

This time the suspect’s brother said the suspect was a spy.

He told the investigator he didn: “It’s like the worst thing ever.

It’s like I’m going crazy.”

In the end, he was charged with two counts of felony theft.

The court eventually decided the suspect should be tried as an adult, because the victim was too elderly and the crime was not related to him, the criminal complaint says.

The case was dismissed, but no one was charged.

What do we know?

The video above shows a detective talking to a man, asking if he is that person.

The victim’s brother told the police that the suspect told him that he is “the guy from the video.”

The detective said that’s not true.

So the suspect might not have been in the neighborhood.

Or maybe the victim did have surveillance video of the suspect but he didn`t want it to be shown to his children.

We don’t have any information to confirm the claim.

So far, the only thing we know about the suspect is that he has been arrested and he is accused of stealing a car from a nearby business.

It would be hard to believe that the man was so concerned with not being seen again that he would be stealing another car, a silver Volkswagen Golf, when he could have been out with a friend, a man who may have even been in that neighborhood.

The other thing we don’t yet know is who paid the man who stole the car.

The complaint says that the alleged theft occurred on the evening of March 10, 2019, and the man said he had been in his driveway when someone walked in the front door.

He said they came up to him and began yelling at him and that they were going to cut his car apart.

He also said that the thief had a gun and that he didn´t know if they were serious or joking.

He then left the driveway and went to his home.

The police officer who interviewed him also told the criminal investigator that the defendant said he was the person in the video.

So he could not be the suspect in the surveillance video.

The person who took the car is not named in the complaint.

We reached out to the police department in Santa Clara, California, for comment and will update this story when we get a response.

A spokesman for the Santa Clara Police Department said that “there is no credible information to indicate that any criminal activity occurred in this incident.”

We’ll update this post if we get more information.

The car in question was a gold Mercedes-Benz, and it was stolen from a local business.

This is a good thing, because we have an opportunity to find out who did it and who is responsible for it.

We know that the victim is still alive, but he is still recovering from his injuries.

He is in a wheelchair.

It is unclear what kind of damage he sustained, but we don`t know exactly how much money he has lost.