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LAS VEGAS — Police said Thursday they have arrested one of the people seen in a video posted on Facebook last month, showing several people running out of a Las Vegas home after a burglary.

The video recorded by Brett McCann, a neighbor of the burglarized home, was posted on Nov. 10 and drew 1.4 million views and 44,000 shares in a single day.

“What are you doing?” McCann was heard in the video asking a group of people that are seen running out of the home and jumping into a white sport utility vehicle.

“It’s my homeboy’s house,” one of the people told McCann.

“No. It’s not,” McCann replied. “It’s my neighbor’s house.”

On Thursday, Officer Jesse Roybal, of Las Vegas Metro police, confirmed to KVVU that 32-year-old Arron Lair had been arrested in connection with the case.

According to the Clark County Detention Center’s website, Lair was arrested on Dec. 2. He was charged with three counts of burglary, three counts of home invasion, two counts of conspiracy to commit burglary, grand larceny and drug offenses. He was being held on $97,000 bond.

Police did not immediately confirm which of the people seen in the video was Lair.