"What kind of community is this is
it safe? I have three small kids and a wife and I have to go to work and I'm
really concerned about their safety," said Sedryck Young.
His house has been robbed twice in the past six months, both times right after his wife left for work.
"We have two cars so whoever it is that is watching me they know that when both cars are gone, there is nobody here," said Young
Young says the burglars stole his 62 inch TV in broad daylight.
He said, "And they are really bold about it, and like I said my wife comes home early sometimes because she might forget something. If she walks in the house and they're is somebody in the house, then what?"
Young has a pretty clear idea of how they got in this time. He found the back gate unlocked and his back door kicked in. When he went into the living room, his TV and Playstation were gone.
But unfortunately, the police said they can't do anything else to help.
"They looked for finger prints, but they didn't find any and that was pretty much all they could do for me."
He is skeptical about getting another TV, because he just thinks it will be taken again. Young says he is concerned about his family more than anything else.
"And it's really stressful with the holidays coming up with small kids. If you buy presents or anything you put in the house, it's like a store. Basically that is what my house is to anybody who is looking, and that's really a bad feeling," said Young.