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MILLCREEK — Unified police released video Wednesday of three men they believe were behind the burglary last month in Millcreek. Investigators and the homeowner hope someone will recognize the criminals.
"There were drawers all over the floor. All the stuff in the computer cabinet was on the floor. All of our keys were gone; my purse was gone," said Kathy Felice, whose house was burglarized on Oct. 25.
So was her husband's wallet, their camera, two navigation systems and their stereo system. The burglars ransacked the kitchen and family areas, all while Felice and her husband, and their two kids and their spouses slept.
"They left both doors wide open," Felice said. "Look at all the lights in here; every single light was on. Every light was on in our house."
Shortly after the burglary took place, the men were captured on the video surveillance system at the 7-Eleven at 501 E. 2100 South, where they attempted to use Felice's debit card at in the ATM. The burglars also used her credit card at a Smith's grocery store and to rent Redbox movies.
Felice and her husband have spent the past few weeks canceling accounts, getting new locks and putting in a security system. But that's not enough, knowing the burglars haven't been caught.
"Then you worry that they're going to come back because they have all of our keys," Felice said. Felice says after hitting a nearby 7-Eleven store, the same men used her credit card at a Smith's grocery store and to rent Redbox movies.
There's been no sign of the car the thieves took from Felice family's home. It's a 1997 red Saturn with Utah plates B232FM. If you have any information, call Unified Police at 801-743-7000.