Monday, October 7

So it happened

So it was like any other weekends for me and my family. Morning I headed out to the gym and lunch. After that met up with my family at MidValley till around 10pm, then left and visited Bangsar for our supper. Left the place around 12am and finally reach back home around 12.30am.

As I open the front door I had a funny feeling and my guts was telling me something was wrong. True enough as the lights were on, the floor was covered with letters, papers, documents etc pulled out from the cabinet drawers and in the room, clothes were thrown on the bed, floor, boxes were pulled out and emptied.

Coins were gone, iPad and jewellery, but the laptop was not while other stuff were not as well. Notes in red packets were opened but not taken. Mom's precious items from my grandmother and other stuff are gone.

Back grill was broken while the fence was cut. Even with a dog at the backyard, he still came in. Neighbours heard the dog barking and there were noises but they could not see a thing because it was so dark.

It was just one of another unfortunate event to happen to my family this year.

The person who broke into the house must have been in a hurry I presume. He left a screw driver which he had used to perform his actions. But I believe he was no amateur.

The police came and look and took the screw driver which was left behind by the person, but I have doubt that they will do anything. Our house was the only house which have not been broken in until that day. So now its complete. The whole row of houses have been broken in.

Will the authorities do anything? The police came, took a couple of photos and acted like they came to just show they were doing their job that's all. May be its understandable since they can't do much as well.

Will it happen again in the future? I wouldn't know. As I believe just like my dad, the person is staying around there or frequent that area. Keeping eyes on us as what we do and how we act.

A neighbours' house which was under renovation, had the workers stayed there. They said they saw a guy sitting and smoking right behind my house but they assume it was normal for a person to just sit and smoke. Undoubtedly they had no common sense but who can blame them, if not they won't be doing what they do.

Assumptions says it happened between 8.30pm - 11pm.

Dad says more precaution is needed that's all. We can't live in fear of this kind of matter. It wasn't the feeling of loosing things or precious items, but it was the sense of intrusion of someone, coming in, touching your stuff and leaving.

But I'm glad no one was home. The scene could have turned out differently if maybe there was someone and the person decided to break in.

Most important that my family was safe and sound.


2 comments:

  1. Ouch... So sorry to know that your home was broken into!! I hope everyone is ok now... I mean I'm sure some might be traumatized with the whole incident.

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    1. All are good. Not really traumatized but just more cautious now of what we do and all. As I'm sure eyes are watching.

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