Pregnant woman's home ransacked and robbed
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (WSVN) -- A mother-to-be is furious after thieves ransacked and robbed her South Florida home while she was at a doctor's appointment.
"The baby isn't even here yet and everything is gone," said Jasmine Johnson.
Just days before her second child is expected to be born, Johnson said, someone broke into her home located along Lauderdale Manor Drive in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday and stole thousands of dollars worth of electronics, baby items from her, her 7-year-old daughter and her unborn child. "Things that I bought, new baby items, different things for the shower, everything is just gone like all my valuables are just gone," said Johnson.
Police suspect the thieves used a rock to break the window, climbed on a concrete block to get into Johnson's home and fled through a side door.
Johnson arrived home from a doctor's appointment and found her entire home ransacked. Everything the single mom has worked for was gone. "She has a flat-screen TV that's missing, she had a DVD player that's missing; the remote is still here, unfortunately," she said.
Johnson said she does not know how she will support her children after the robbery. "I just feel violated. I don't even feel like this is home anymore," she said. "If someone knows or has an idea, just let me know. I need to get some of the stuff. I work very hard for this stuff."
If you have any information on this robbery, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a reward.
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