Tue. Jan 21st, 2020

Security video shows a woman sneaking into a garage early Wednesday morning, but how she got out is what shocked the homeowners and police.”I was in shock. I mean, I’m still kind of in shock,” Kristin Serio said. Kristin and Jamie Serio awakened Wednesday to find a car thief had broken into and out of their garage in Wisconsin. When the thief left with the SUV, she drove right through the garage door. “Yep, they should have just pushed the button. It would have been a lot quieter and cleaner getaway,” Jamie Serio said. The thief ignored two garage door openers and instead drove right out through the closed door.When the couple checked their security video, they saw a woman sneaking into the back service door shortly after 3 a.m.The doorbell camera captured the break-in. The video shows the thief make her way inside, and when she closed the door, that’s when all the strange things began to happen.”She rifled through this car first?” WISN-TV reporter Kent Wainscott asked.”Yeah, she broke the center console, just ripped through everything,” Jamie Serio said. “The thief made off with some things but left some things behind as well?” Wainscott asked. “Yeah, she stole kids’ Christmas presents out of my car but then left her own things behind,” Kristin Serio said. “(She) left a boot behind, an earring, a half-eaten Nutribar. I don’t know why,” Jamie Serio said. She also dropped her purse. West Allis police are going over all the evidence the thief left behind.”There’s parts of my car over there. She ripped part of the roof off,” Jamie Serio said. The car had sentimental value. It belonged to Kristin’s father, who died earlier this year. Now, it’s missing, and she said she is still stunned at how it was stolen. “Not out of your garage, and not barreling through your door,” Kristin Serio said. The car is a light green, 2009 Subaru Outback, likely with a busted roof rack.Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

WEST ALLIS, Wis. —

Security video shows a woman sneaking into a garage early Wednesday morning, but how she got out is what shocked the homeowners and police.

“I was in shock. I mean, I’m still kind of in shock,” Kristin Serio said.

Kristin and Jamie Serio awakened Wednesday to find a car thief had broken into and out of their garage in Wisconsin.

When the thief left with the SUV, she drove right through the garage door.

“Yep, they should have just pushed the button. It would have been a lot quieter and cleaner getaway,” Jamie Serio said.

The thief ignored two garage door openers and instead drove right out through the closed door.

When the couple checked their security video, they saw a woman sneaking into the back service door shortly after 3 a.m.

The doorbell camera captured the break-in.

The video shows the thief make her way inside, and when she closed the door, that’s when all the strange things began to happen.

“She rifled through this car first?” WISN-TV reporter Kent Wainscott asked.

“Yeah, she broke the center console, just ripped through everything,” Jamie Serio said.

“The thief made off with some things but left some things behind as well?” Wainscott asked.

“Yeah, she stole kids’ Christmas presents out of my car but then left her own things behind,” Kristin Serio said.

“(She) left a boot behind, an earring, a half-eaten Nutribar. I don’t know why,” Jamie Serio said.

She also dropped her purse.

West Allis police are going over all the evidence the thief left behind.

“There’s parts of my car over there. She ripped part of the roof off,” Jamie Serio said.

The car had sentimental value.

It belonged to Kristin’s father, who died earlier this year.

Now, it’s missing, and she said she is still stunned at how it was stolen.

“Not out of your garage, and not barreling through your door,” Kristin Serio said.

The car is a light green, 2009 S







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