Woman Returns From Vacation To Find Squatters In Her Bedroom

When a lady returned from vacation, she discovered a couple in her bed and goods worth tens of thousands of dollars missing.

On April 5, a lady in Greenbelt, Maryland, arrived home from vacation to find her front door smashed and her belongings removed from the apartment. She then discovered a pair sharing her bed.

Greenbelt police said the resident discovered two suspects, a black man adult and a white female adult, resting on one bed, the only piece of furniture left in the house.

When the terrified resident inquired about how they got in and what they wanted, the suspects informed her that they had taken all of their belongings. They then grew hostile with the victims, according to police, before escaping on foot in an unknown direction.

“Not only were they in my home, but everything was gone except for my bed,” the victim explained. “I’m like who are you? And he says my name. He says you didn’t pay your rent. I’m like what are you talking about? I paid my rent,” the victim claimed.

The suspects are still on the run, and Greenbelt Police are asking anybody with information about their whereabouts to contact them.

According to authorities, the stolen items totaled more than $49,000.

Some police agencies have started encouraging people to use their right to self-defense against robbers in other areas.

Sheriff Bob Johnson backed a local resident who shot a burglar who broke into their house. While the homeowner who discharged the firearm remains unknown, Sheriff Johnson promised homeowners that they would not face any consequences for defending their homes.

Johnson stated that the invader was not struck and that the homeowner did nothing wrong.

“If someone is breaking into your house, you’re more than welcome to shoot them in Santa Rosa County. We prefer that you do, actually,” Johnson remarked at a press conference after the break-in.




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