When a Maryland woman returned from vacation, she was shocked to find her house open. Everything except her bed had been taken from her home. She found two squatters on her bed.
The female squatter allegedly stopped the unidentified woman from fleeing, but she was able to stop her. The bizarre sequence of events continued with the male squatter giving the woman tips on how to prevent others from entering her home.
“Not only were they in my home, but everything in my home was gone except for my bed because he details how he loved my bed so much. And I’m like who are you? And he says my name. He’s like you didn’t pay your rent. I’m like what are you talking about? I paid my rent.”
According to Fox 5:
The woman said she tried to leave, but the male suspect in the video stopped her. “He tackles me, and I’m like ‘sir this is my home you not gone let me leave?’ He’s like, ‘no I’m just saying you not gone call the police. I’m going to give you your apartment you just not gone call the police.’”
“He tackles me, and I’m like ‘sir this is my home you not gone let me leave?’ He’s like, ‘no I’m just saying you not gone call the police. I’m going to give you your apartment you just not gone call the police.’”
He calms down eventually, she said. So, she begins recording him as he packs his stuff and explains how he got into her apartment.
TONIGHT AT 10: We spoke to a woman in Greenbelt Maryland who came home from vacation to find two people lying on her bed inside her apartment. She sent me video of one of the suspects explaining how he broke in and how she can prevent someone else from breaking in. @fox5dc pic.twitter.com/KK78SaHDFd
— Perris Jones (@PerrisFox5DC) April 29, 2022
She doesn’t know where to find her belongings, which are worth approximately $50,000
She said, “I couldn’t believe it was happening to me. I see this on television.” They took over my apartment and I tried to stay calm. It was unbelievable to me that this was happening. Two people laying in my bed, literally, when I return home.
The victim went on vacation on March 28th and returned on April 5th. According to the victim, she is unsure where her belongings are, and doesn’t believe she will ever find them. The criminal squatters are still at large, despite promising to do the same to another homeowner.