You’ve had a long day at work and you’re happy to finally make it home to your cozy apartment. But, when you enter, every thing you own is gone. Insta-panic.
27-year-old Nilay Shroff of New York City got the shock of his life when he experienced this, first hand. He returned home to his Upper East Side apartment to find it was completely empty.
Everything gone. His bed, clothes, furniture, pots, pans, passport, social security documents, credit cards, the list goes on. All gone.
“I literally had the clothes that I was wearing and nothing else,” Shroff said.
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Most importantly to him was a framed photograph of his mother who died when he was 13. The only things left in the apartment were Shroff’s PlayStation 3 and his flat screen TV.
I know what you’re thinking: What kind of burglar leaves those two very expensive items??
When police arrived they too, were dumbfounded.
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