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Video: On-duty firefighter watches, in live time on phone, as two thieves rob his home

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An on-duty Missouri firefighter and his wife watched on a phone app as two strangers broke into their home and stole their belongings.

The break-in happened Saturday morning while Kansas City firefighter Ryan Koehler was on duty. His wife, Kelsey also was not home at the time.

However, they both received an alert on their phones indicating there was movement inside their house. Two men had broken in by kicking in their door after ringing the bell.

A security camera in the living room captured the criminals in action. Kelsey and Ryan were able to watch– in live time– as the suspects casually walked around their home.

It was ‘terrifying’ to watch they said, especially since their beloved dog was inside the entire time.

The suspects were heard on video talking about grabbing the TV and ripping it off the wall.

“It kinda makes you sick to your stomach,” Ryan told the local news station.

According to Fox4, there have been other burglaries recently reported in the Waldo neighborhood, which leads police to believe it may be the same suspects seen on the Koehler’s home video.

No arrests have yet been made in the case and the Koehler’s say they don’t feel safe in their home anymore. They said the home invasion left their dog traumatized and on top of all that, they have a baby on the way.

Police are asking for the public to call the TIPS hotline to help them make an arrest in this case. That number is 816-474-TIPS.

 

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