One Las Vegas family says they are living in fear, after coming home to burglars breaking into their house. Austin Carter reports.
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) - One Las Vegas family says they are living in fear, after coming home to burglars breaking into their house Friday.
"We were getting ready to pull into our drive-way and we saw the two males leaving our yard," says Adrian Walker.
Adrian, her husband and newborn baby girl were greeted by a pair of burglars outside their Sunrise Highlands home.
Adrian quickly checked her home surveillance system, showing a man in a hoodie ringing the doorbell multiple times, realizing no one was home.
"They want around back and started looking for a way in," says Walker.
Minutes later, a group of men appear trying to find a way in.
Adrian says one of them pried open of the windows, and then opened the sliding glass door from the inside.
"I'm scared; I'm scared to be alone at night," says Walker.
Now Walker says she fears not only for her safety, but for her newborn baby girl.
"I'm not sure how I would fight off four or five guys who entered my house,” says Walker.
"A home is where you're supposed to feel the safest."
But despite fear, Walker is taking action. She says she'll be installing cameras inside her home, in hopes that something like this will never happen when she's home alone with her newborn.
"I just hope I can protect them.”
Las Vegas police says they are investigating.