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Video of Chris Watts returning to his Colorado home after disposing of the bodies of his family has been obtained by DailyMail.com
Axar.az reports Watts returned home to find his wife Shanann's friend Nicole Atkinson was at the property and had called police to report Shanann missing. The video was taken from bodycam footage of the responding officer from the Frederick Police Department. Watts appears sweaty and avoids eye contact at times. He is also seen staring down Atkinson on multiple occasions . Atkinson can be seen calling friends and family of Shanann while searching for clues in the home as Watts stands by aloof. She becomes particularly distressed when she realizes Shanann's medication is still at the home.
Video obtained by DailyMail.com shows the moment Chris Watts returned home from burying his wife and disposing of his daughters' bodies in an oil tank only to learn that Shanann's best friend had already called the police.
Nicole Atkinson was worried after she arrived at Shanann's home only to find her car was still parked in the garage and there was no sign of the mother, less than 12 hours after she had dropped her off the night before following a work trip.
She decided to call police to the house before Watts had arrived home, and bodycam footage that was shot by a member of the Frederick Police Department shows him staring down Atkinson multiple times during the search of his home. Watts is also seen sweating profusely and avoiding eye contact throughout the time that police are searching his home.
It is also Atkinson who is seen making all the phone calls to friend and family members, while also searching for clues as Watts stands by aloof.
Atkinson becomes particularly concerned in the video when she realizes that Shanann left without taking any of her medication.
Watts meanwhile barely speaks to Atkinson or even acknowledges that she is there, and in retrospect looks mostly annoyed that she has foiled his plan.
He had taken the girls to a birthday party just 24 hours prior.
2018.12.04 / 13:30