Movie title-break-in gone wrong

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What is the movie where a brother and sister plan a break in with a group of people. When they break in they get trapped inside and tortured within a series of rooms. They get locked within the house-there are no phone lines, the windows are unbreakable, etc. One scene they find another girl who seems injured. Somehow they escape and call the cops. When the cops shows up the girl ends up being one of the homeowners who is torturing them and shoots the cop.

This is all I remember and all my searches have led me to Don’t Breathe or You’re Next which it is neither. Thank you in advance!
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Is it the one where in order to escape the house they have to kill the other person in the room to advance. And aren't they handcuffed in the first room to the plumbing.
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No, isn’t that saw?A brother and his dorky friend ask his sister and her clan to help with this break-in of a rich guy who they think is out of town. So the sister brings her people and they go into the house. Once inside, they realize the doors locked, no phone service, and the windows are bulletproof (because the brother brought a gun which wasn’t the plan). They are led into a series of rooms that opens and closes when someone controls it. For example, I remember one room is like a medical station with a chair and tv screen. That’s all I remember-it is driving me nutty.
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Sounds similar to The Collector (2009) or The Collection (2012).
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Those were all ones I looked up as well but not the movie. I remember the house being in a warm climate area because someone is perched outside on top of a hill keeping a lookout. They try to make their way up to a skylight to escape at one point too but there’s minimal furniture in the house.
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Well, the skylight is an important (possibly iconic) detail, so thanks. Not a lot of movies in the genre feature or depict it.