Daytime burglars smash their way into the lives of a Sarpy County family. The victims are educators working at school when their home is ransacked. But the suspects' greed may get them caught.
Thieves entering through a shattered deck door don't leave any room or drawer untouched. .Mike Pokorski the burglary victim says, "They got everything in the house that was of value."
Pokorski estimates nine thousand dollars in valuables and priceless personal information. Pokorski says, "They took my kids social security numbers, cards birth certificates "
But there's a lead that might tie suspects to the crime. Among the belongings stolen by the ransacking burglars a pair of new shoes they tried to return.taht lead investigators to a store and security camera pictures of possible suspects.
Sarpy County.Deputy Dana Harrah says, "They also used Kohl’s gift card that was stolen from the victim's house so it leads us to believe these three individuals are responsible for the burglary."
A third suspect joins the male and female at the counter. If they're identified the ransack burglary might be solved. Pokorski says, "It just has that real dirty feel to it to know that they've been through some of our most intimate possessions."
He is a teacher who learned that installing an alarm system is good protection from daytime burglars who stole away his families feeling of security at home.
A handgun stolen from the homeowner's safe has been recovered. That's given the detective a lead on the two male suspects. But the female is still unidentified. If you can help call Sarpy County crime stoppers at 592-stop.