|Published:||Aug 20, 2010 2:06 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Aug 19, 2010 11:07 PM EDT|
NAPLES, Fla. - A neighborhood is on alert after burglars broke into a home in broad daylight yesterday. The burglars stole $27 thousand worth of cash and jewelry from a home on High Pines Drive.
"Our neighborhood is so safe," said the homeowner Holly Shapiro.
That's why Shapiro was couldn't believe that someone smashed in her sliding glass door and burglarized her home.
"I called 911 and they said get out of the house there may be still be someone in there," said Shapiro.
But, the burglars had left. They took $27-thousand worth of cash and jewelry with them.
"It's sentimental stuff," said Shapiro. "You don't want that stolen."
Shapiro had just returned from vacation and didn't have a chance to put her jewelry back in her safe. Yesterday, she also forget to set her alarm.
"I didn't think and I was rushing to meet my girlfriend for lunch," said Shapiro.
Now, the entire neighborhood is on alert and Shapiro said she'll never forget to lock up her jewelry or set her alarm ever again.
"It was a huge wake up call for us, our friends, everybody," said Shapiro.
Police have not made any arrests, yet.
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