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Police officers at a crime scene in Waco, Texas. Getty Images / Darren Hauck

A Texas woman has shared a shocking video which shows three men attempting to rob her at gunpoint outside her home.

The clip shows the woman standing outside her house in 2200 block of Fieldstone Drive in Killeen, Texas, when the three robbers waylay her.

The video was shared by her in an effort to warn all other residents of would-be robbers, NBC-affiliated television station KCEN-TV reported.

The report stated that the video was shot on a Vivint home security system around 1:08 a.m. local time (2:08 a.m. EST) on Nov. 18.

The video was shared on a YouTube channel called US News. Check it out here.

According to the victim, she heard a glass break in front of her house and immediately went into the living room to check. She found that somebody had broken her window.

She said she immediately called 911, and even while she was on the phone with the authorities, a guy wearing a jersey knocked on the front door and asked her if she was okay.

However, it was later that the woman realized that the guy in the jersey was just a distraction to allow other robbers to approach her with guns, the report said. She added that the trio attempted to rob her but ran away after they realized she had four dogs.

The authorities were on the scene soon and caught the guy wearing the jersey in front of the house. He maintained he was a concerned neighbor and had nothing to do with the attempted robbery. However, police soon found out that he was involved and arrested him.

Investigators also confiscated two suspicious vehicles from near the house.

According to the authorities, they apprehended the other suspects from the two vehicles.

According to KCEN-TV, four adults and one juvenile were arrested and all five of them were charged with burglary of a habitation.

The arrested adults were identified as Gjavion Smith-Williams, 17, Davieon Reed, 22, Jamal Marbury Jr., 18, and Daquan Lavant, 18.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, all of the adult suspects have been transferred to Bell County Jail and their bond has been set at $100,000 each.