A family returned home to find their stolen property had been returned and placed near their front door. They were burglarized late last week, but came home to the surprise Sunday.
We talked to the mom who didn't want us to use her name, but she said the find is a shocking twist. The whole incident really has changed how their family views safety.
The mother of two told 11 News their stolen laptop was just sitting at their front door when she got home from grocery shopping. She immediately called 911 and her husband.
"I'm just like 'Are they watching me?' I mean it's a very violating feeling. Even just the robbery itself, I just feel very violated right now."
She says their home near Circle and Hancock in Colorado Springs was broken into Thursday night while they were sleeping. The laptop was the only thing the crooks got away with. While she's glad to have it back, she told us it's also a little terrifying.
"It was just really a scary feeling just seeing it there because that means they came back to my home."
The family said they're now taking even more precautions to stay safe.
"We're having everything installed, we already had cameras installed, we're having our security system reactivated, so I am definitely taking the steps that need to be done, especially with checking our doors for now on, checking our windows, that's a big thing."
Investigators have not made any arrests and don't have any suspects at this time. If you have any information that could help, call police right away.
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