GREENSBURG, Pa. - Police said a couple left their 9-year-old son home alone to go on a burglary spree in Greensburg on Monday.
Toni Olen showed Channel 11 her son’s vehicle. It was burglarized Monday, and her son saw it happen.
“He looked out the window and there two people in his car. He ran downstairs and yelled, ‘Hey, what are you guys doing?” said Olen.
The two people were Jesse and Nicole Brown, police said.
Police said the Browns broke into at least three cars in the area, taking CDs, tanning lotion, a GPS and Mountain Dew.
“I mean it wasn’t super expensive, but they took it out of the car over there. They took her six pack of Mountain Dew,” said Olen.
CYS took the couple’s son, police reported. The boy is now with his grandmother.
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