A fatal double stabbing has unfolded live on a Zoom video call in the US.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told CBS a woman in her 60's was chatting on a Zoom call with a work colleague when an attacker entered her home.
The woman, unaware of anyone entering, continued with her call as the attacker dragged a man, also in his 60s, out of the house and stabbed him to death in the driveway.
The attacker then entered the home again, fatally stabbing the woman
The work colleague on the other end of the Zoom call was the one to call police after witnessing part of the murders virtually.
Investigators arrived to find the man dead in the driveway and the woman dead inside the house.
During the investigation a man returned to the house driving one of the victim's cars, claiming to be a resident at the house.
The man, Robert Cotton, 32, was then arrested and charged over the murders.
Cotton is a family member of the woman who was murdered, a motive for the killing remains unknown.
It's not the first time a murder has been caught by a virtual Zoom witness either.
In April last year New York man Dwight Powers, 72, was on a Zoom call when his son allegedly stabbed him to death.
People on the other end of his call noticed him fall off the screen and begin to breathe heavily.
The virtual witnesses notified police and his son was arrested within an hour.