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Mother's Day weekend burglary

By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – An Albany mother spent part of her Mother's Day weekend at the police station filing a report.

Someone broke into Victoria Robertson's house and stole most of her electronics. She just moved into the neighborhood but says she's ready to move again.

Robertson says she's out thousands of dollars. Her 47" JVC TV, her 25.5" TV and her children's X-Box and games were taken.

She not too long ago moved to the neighborhood. "Only about two months, a little less than two months," said Robertson.

She lives behind Deerfield-Windsor off of Nottingham on Flynn Court.  "I like the neighborhood," said Robertson.

The burglary has her packing her bags to move. "You work hard to buy these things and people come into your house and take it," said Robertson.

The mother of two is in school and all of her school work was taken when the cooks broke in. "I actually had my laptop lying on the bed so they took that too," said Robertson.

As she gets ready to move she can't shake the feelings from that moment when she discovered what had happened. "Discouraging, angry, upset, unsafe," said Robertson.

She said police did lift fingerprints from her house, but so far there are no suspects.

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