Video shows YouTube shooter telling officers she won't hurt anyone

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BODY CAM VIDEO: YouTube Shooter Awakened By Police Hours Before Rampage

A Bay Area police department on Friday released police body camera images of interactions between two of its officers and a woman who would open fire inside the YouTube campus hours later.

MVPD said they initially approached the auto because Aghdam's license plate was connected to a missing person's report filed by her family.

Aghdam has been reported missing before however when she was spoken to by officers she also insisted she had left her house mainly because she was not getting along with her family.

'The tragedy of the incident at YouTube weighs heavily on our hearts but we support and stand by the actions taken by our officers in their contact with Ms. Aghdam'. "Are you Nasim? You're reported as missing", the officer said. Nasim Aghdam: "No." Officer: "You don't want to hurt yourself, do you?"

The cop continued, asking: 'And you don't want to hurt anybody else?' Police found no other official alerts about Aghdam and left her, but they called her father, Ismail Aghdam, to tell him she had been located.

When the officers asked her why she had come to Mountain View, she told them that she wanted to start a new life away from San Diego.

The police did not attempt to recontact Aghdam after her father's statement, and hours later she shot and injured three people at YouTube's headquarters before killing herself. However, PIO Nelson said that officers did not re-contact Nasim Aghdam.

Aghdam had her own channel, posting sometimes freakish videos, focusing on workouts and veganism.

Mountain View PD officers probed the vegan bodybuilder about why she was sleeping in her vehicle hours before she opened fire on the web giant's nearby campus. And a records-check didn't show any threats of violence.

She shakes her head no.

"This doesn't say why they put her at risk on here", a woman from the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said in the video.

Aghdam was listed as "at risk" because she had no prior history of going missing, the dispatcher said.

Officer: "You don't want to commit suicide, anything like that, right?"

The officers eventually told Aghdam that her father will be informed that she was found in Mountain View. He confirmed Aghdam's story that he and his daughter had been having trouble getting along, then asked if Aghdam was planning on returning home.

He communicated the interaction with the father and when he understood the two hung up. "At no point in either of our conversations did the family bring up any concerns about their daughter's behavior, any potential violence she may carry out, or any likelihood that she could be a danger to herself or others", police said in a statement.

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