A valley woman wants to find out who is responsible for not only burglarizing her home but how they managed to get in her gated community and drive away with her belongings.
Connie Kellers and her family returned home from their vacation on July 10 to find the house near Rancho Drive and U.S. 95 in shambles. She said the crooks kicked in the back door of the garage and made there way into an area that backs up to the laundry room. They used her husband's tools to cut through the dry wall to get inside.
Among the things stolen included computers, a 180-pound safe and a filing cabinet full of personal information.
It's been more than 2 weeks since the family reported the incident and they still have not received much help from investigators, Kellers said. While 13 Action News was at her home Tuesday, she left a message with the detective handling the case and as of this report is still awaiting a response.
Surveillance video obtained Tuesday shows a Toyota Tacoma truck leaving her neighborhood at 6:22 a.m. on July 5. Kellers said the truck is loaded down with her stuff. Right now the security guard is reviewing footage to figure out when the truck entered the gated neighborhood.
Kellers said she shared this with the detective on her case and still no response.
In addition, Kellers said there are multiple clues police have not followed up on, such as a cell phone left by the burglars in the home and a cashout ticket that was taken to The Venetian by a suspect.