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SOMEONE BROKE IN!! (ABANDONED SAFE STOLEN)

Previously, Stephen Sharer and his sister Grace Sharer almost caught the Mystery Spy After The Hidden Abandoned Safe!! But the mystery spy fled the scene quickly but did drop an iPhone that broke in behind. As you know, there are two secret hidden abandoned safe in the sharer family beach house. And today the abandoned safe stolen because someone broke in and found the hidden safe and was breaking open safe without anyone from the Sharer Fam knowing. Carter Sharer was not there he was working on Carters Safe. So only Stephen and Grace found out someone broke in ad stole all the money from the safe on the wall. Who could have stolen from the #safe could it have been the mystery spy after the hidden abandoned safe? We know that there is $10000000 safe of money in Carters safe but whats inside this safe? What could be in the abandoned safe on the wall?

❇️ EPIC VLOGS ❇️
▶︎ Mystery Spy after the Safe!! https://youtu.be/5Syv3LMsN_Y
▶︎ Opening Abandoned Safe in the Attic: https://youtu.be/-eR0AjEOsiQ
▶︎ SAFE NEVER TO BE FOUND: https://youtu.be/OqUOnkag8Ao
▶︎ TREASURE FOUND IN ABANDONED SAFE: https://youtu.be/ka1EOfr8TJw
▶︎ CARTER SHARER ARRESTED: https://youtu.be/IbwLSdp1Ft8
▶︎ PUSHING OPEN ABANDONED SAFE: https://youtu.be/MxnmNjAfVvc
▶︎ BREAKING INTO ABANDONED SAFE: https://youtu.be/LnfMhx5eU2M
▶︎ LAST CARTER SHARER SAFE VLOG: https://youtu.be/6sEdAmihjJw
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