Family Burglarized While at Hospital

"Right now we are going through a pain crisis. It's when his blood cells are clotting, and they're bunching up in different places and causing him serious pain."

That is what Tyshuna Robinson is worried most about right now.

"All my focus needs to be on him and not to be worried about what is going on at home right now," said Robinson.

But sadly, Robinson got a call Tuesday night from her boyfriend.

"He asked me, 'I know you was in a rush this morning, but why did you leave the front door open?'," Robinson recalled. "I said, 'I didn't leave the front door open, and he got quiet and he just panicked. He was like, all of your stuff is gone.'"

Robinson, a mother of two, said she met police at her home to discover her apartment ransacked, and all of her TVs missing, as well as many other things.   

"They went into my son's room and took his television and his Playstation 3 and a laptop and a printer," Robinson said. "I feel like it was just a daze. I still feel like I'm in a daze. I feel like I'm just asleep and I'm just going to wake up, and it's been an awful dream."

Robinson filed the police reports, and returned to the hospital to her son's side.

"Just trying to keep him comfortable as possible, and get him to go home, and enjoy his summer," Robinson said. "It kinda stinks this is how his summer is ending up."

Robinson said the bad situation, made worse by the burglary, has left her tired and scared.

"I really want to go to sleep," Robinson said. "I want to take a nap, but I'm scared if I take a nap, I'm going to miss something. A doctor is going to come by or police offer somebody to call and say they found my stuff, so I'm here. We're going to make it."

If you know anything about this burglary, call Crimeline: 741-1000.

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