We saw a crazy video on Fox and Friends this morning, capturing the moment an Arizona woman was robbed at gunpoint while she was playing an online video game. The woman in Tempe, Arizona was luckily playing with a quick-thinking opponent in Europe.

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The early Monday morning online battle, called Defense of the Ancient’s, suddenly became real when armed gunmen broke into the woman’s apartment. The suspects were unaware of the woman’s live camera. Her opponent in Europe called a friend who lives in the United States and that person called 911.

Police caught one of the suspects and another is still on the loose. 

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"I wasn't actually there, I have a friend that streams video games online through a webcam, and I had a bunch of people tell me that someone came in with a gun, and it looks like they were robbing them," said a 911 caller. 

Tempe Police got the apartment in time to catch one of the two suspects. Sajadene and her roommate are okay. 

Officers say this was a world-wide effort which isn't easy to explain to a 9-1-1 dispatcher who asked the caller from Chandler where he got the original tip from.

"He uh, doesn't live in the country... he lives somewhere in Europe, I don't remember the country exactly," said the caller.

Detectives identified the suspect in the home invasion as 27 year-old Edgardo Martinez. The second suspect who fled the apartment on foot is still on the run.