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RALEIGH, NC - Greg Brown doesn't need nightmares to relive what happened to him.

There are more than 40 surveillance cameras at his company, Raleigh Metal Recycling.

Friday morning, he was sure this angle was recording the last moments of his life.

"They had a gun to my head most of the time," he said.

Brown says the two men forced him into this office. They wanted to get past that white door there.

Brown says the company safe is on the other side.

"I am on the ground because the guy in the mask keeps screaming don't look at me."

There is one big problem. Brown does not have the keys to the door.

He says the men terrorizing him were not happy about it.

"You will see I get kicked, I get hit in the head at least once," he said. "All I knew is that they were not going to get their money."

At one point, Brown says it was clear they wanted to kill him. Police investigators say sharing that piece of information could hurt the investigation.

"I thought I was going to be dead," he said. "I was picturing that there was going to be me in a pool of blood."

After several minutes, the attackers leave with only Brown's wallet and cellphone.

This is a still image from the video to give you a better look at the face of one of the men. Brown does not recognize him, but he knows the uniforms the men are wearing very well.

They are his company uniforms!

Brown believes it was an inside job with a current or former employee helped the suspects.

That part really sickens him.

"That person could be on the payroll and when I could be signing a paycheck for someone that tried to have me killed."

Security measures have changed at the Garner Road business since the incident.

No employees handle the safe or money. Those duties are now overseen by an armored car service.

Brown is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those involved in the robbery.

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