Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Robbers break into wrong home, apologize, still rob the place

Posted By on Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 1:00 PM

A home invasion in south KC has one family moving.
  • A home invasion in south KC has one family moving.
A home invasion in south KC has one family moving.
Here's a real horror story: Four men kicked down the door of a woman's apartment with guns drawn looking for money and weed on Sunday afternoon. Problem was, the guys busted into the wrong person's apartment.

The Star reports that the men charged the screaming woman and forced her to the floor at gunpoint. It was certainly terrifying for the woman's 11-year-old son, who was hiding under his bed. Eventually the robbers figured out that they were in the wrong place and apologized. But that didn't stop them from stealing.



One of the robbers wanted to steal the little boy's video game system,

but another told him "not to take the kid's games." But they did steal

the woman's rings and cell phone. That came with an apology. "I'm

sorry," the gunman said before leaving. 

Heart of gold, those guys.


Fox 4 reports that the family is so shaken that they're moving out. Who could blame 'em?

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