MILLIKEN - A devastating scenario is made worse.
Flood victims in a trailer park in Miliken say they were hit by burglars Saturday night.
The mobile home community has been decimated since being flooded nearly 10 days ago.
Sunday, those left with nearly nothing and pushed to their limits in Miliken, packed up what they could.
"Everybody has lost everything here. There's nothing to come home to," Sylvia Gutierrez said.
Gutierrez had only returned to the trailer park for more cleanup.
As she did, the rain also reappeared.
A storm rumbled through Sunday evening. For Gutierrez, she's seen about all she can handle.
Saturday night, she came home to find out an intruder had been there while she was gone.
"We don't have much and they still take the little that we do have," she said.
Police tape and lights are what she saw. Then Gutierrez noticed her front door was broken in.
"They tore it up. Dressers are out, clothes are everywhere," she said. "They just went through everything [and] took all of our jewelry."
What made it harder was not the value in money, but the sentimental significance. The jewelry was her mother's, who recently died.
"It's horrible. I can't get it back," she said. "I can't get my mom back."
She said she filed a report with Miliken police and claims two other homes were also hit.
"It's devastating. [There's] no respect. What little we have left is gone," said Anna Vasquez, Gutierrez's neighbor.
What's left has now been taken, along with their sense of security.
Getting it back won't be as important as her mother's memory.
"I don't care, I would just want the stuff that was my mom's back," Gutierrez said.
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