A woman's three-story closet in Texas was robbed of about $1 million in designer apparel and accessories.
A woman's three-story, 3,000 square foot closet in Texas was robbed of about $1 million in designer apparel and accessories.
While heading out for dinner, Theresa Roemer and her husband didn't set an alarm or lock up the closet.
Roemer, an entrepreneur and philanthropist, has hosted charity events in the closet and it's been featured in the news recently. She has reportedly raised millions of dollars for Child Legacy International and Texas Children's Hospital, among others.
The thief used a glass cutter to break into a downstairs bathroom.
A security camera recorded the suspect, who wore a jumpsuit, hoodie, mask and gloves. They left behind no fingerprints or trace of their identity.
Three Birkin bags, valued at $60,000 each, were stuffed with jewelry and watches.
Of the three floors of the closet, only the first floor was robbed, leaving Roemer's furs and shoes untouched.
According to Roemer, the worst part of the whole ordeal was that jewelry which had been passed down to her from relatives had also been taken.
The entire heist lasted about 40 minutes.
Currently, police don't have any suspects and don't believe it was an inside job.