The resident told police she left her Millwater Crossing home at 10:25 a.m. on Sept. 10 to go to the store. When she returned to the house at 11 a.m., she went to her basement to grab something for work.
"She heard a noise that she believed was someone running down the back steps of her deck," the officer wrote in the report. "She went up to her master bedroom and saw the glass door leading to the back deck had been broken and her things gone through."
The woman then left the house and called 911.
While checking the residence, the officer discovered many drawers in the bedroom had been ransacked, a safe had been broken open and a jewelry stand had been gone through as well.
Though the resident could not provide a complete inventory of items taken, she was able to provide a partial list which included a laptop, tablet and approximately $30,000 worth of jewelry.
Crime Scene Investigators were called to the scene to photograph the scene and lift fingerprints.
The case is listed as active.
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