What started out as a normal day for Angela Przybylski, quickly took a disturbing twist after she received a phone call from her home security company.
"I noticed the back gate was open just a little bit," said Przybylski. "And I peaked through and saw that my back patio door was all the way open."
Once police arrived, they quickly discovered that the house had been ransacked.
"They completely ransacked my nieces room," said Przybylski. "Stealing two computers, a cell phone, a digital camera, Social Security card, her debit card, a couple of shotguns."
And it gets worse....
"Something that was completely unnecessary...in my nieces room, nothing on her desk was touched, except for her fish tank, which they decided to turn upside down on her laundry."
On top of that, Angela and her husband Mike are no strangers to this type of incident.
"Three years ago, we were broken into," said Mrs. Przybylski. "That's what prompted us to get a security system."
That security system, captured several images of the suspect. He's seen walking through the Przybylski's house, carrying one of their belongings.
"It's just kind of scary because if my dog was here, I can't imagine what possibly would have happened," said Mrs. Przybylski. "They had a loaded shotgun and a kitchen knife. Anything could have happened."
The couple hopes that their story will bring about justice.
"I'm just hoping someone will recognize the person on the picture and do something," said Mrs. Przybylski. "Turn them in."
Anyone with information, is asked to contact Erie Police at (814) 870-1125.