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A suspected unidentified flying object (UFO) soaring across the night sky was captured by body-cam footage from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

8 News Now reported that a nearby resident also called the police department to report something "100% not human" on their property.

Another man, who lives approximately 80 miles from Area 51, called 911 saying that there were two unknown entities in his backyard.

The individual told police dispatch that there was an 8-foot person beside an unknown object and another one was inside. According to the caller, it has "big eyes and it's looking at us — and it's still there in my backyard." He swore that it was not a joke, and they were terrified.

The man said that they were very large, and were about 8 or 9 or 10 foot tall. They looked like aliens to the family, with big eyes and big mouths. He claimed that they had "shiny eyes and they're 100% not human."

Audio from responding units' body cameras revealed that they were terrified of the circumstances, reported New York Post.

One officer said that he was "so nervous right now," and that he had butterflies. He shared that he saw a shooting star and "now these people say there's aliens in their backyard."

Cops spoke with the caller after which one officer corroborated some of the witness' story.

The officer said that he was not going to "BS, you guys. One of my partners said they saw something fall out of the sky, too."

First responders searched the area and questioned other witnesses. But they got no new information in connection with UFOs or aliens.

A witness said to police that they don't believe in it but what they saw right now, "I do believe in it."

After the supposedly paranormal incident, law enforcement investigated the property for days. But now the department has closed the case.

According to USA Today, the U.S. government has got over 500 reports of UFOs between late 2004 and mid-2022, as per a declassified version of an annual report. The report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence was published on Jan. 12.

Hundreds of "unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP)" have been reported since 2021, as per the report.

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