Burglars hit two Virginia Beach homes swiping hundreds in electronics

Posted at 11:53 PM, Jun 03, 2015

Virginia Beach, Va. - Two homes on Kings Point Court were hit by burglars on Tuesday, according to Virginia Beach Police. An incident report shows that the two homes had hundreds of dollars worth of electronics stolen, including a flat screen television.

Vina Clifton, one of the homeowners, says she came home from work to find her house destroyed.

"As soon as I opened the door, I glanced at the dining room table and then around at some of the furniture and I knew something wasn't right," Clifton explained.

Clifton has lived on Kings Point Court for more than 50 years. She says this is the first time anything like this has happened to her or her neighbors.

"I think it's dirty and it's someone having nothing else to do but make people miserable. It's dangerous though, very dangerous."

The incident report shows that the burglar(s) entered both homes through the back door despite the fact that they were dead bolted.

"The back door was ripped completely out of the socket," Clifton said. "They just pulled it and the facing on the inside was just pulled out, nails everywhere."

Police dusted for prints, but no suspect information has been released.

If you have any information about these break-ins, take action and call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.