ROCHESTER, Minn. – A woman who just gave birth came home to an unexpected surprise, and not a good kind of surprise.
Rochester police say the woman came home in the 800 block of 6th Ave. SW after giving birth and found her residence had been burglarized. Jewelry, a laptop and a cell phone were stolen.
Fortunately for the woman, she has video cameras and it captured a female neighbor and an associate using a spare key to enter the residence.
The two, 35-year-old Jessi Adams, of Rochester, and 35-year-old Jason Richards, of Rochester, have each been charged with second-degree burglary and theft.
Police received the report on March 7 but believe it happened between March 4-5.
Both suspects work at Subway, and Richards was arrested there while Adams returned some of the stolen property.
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