Jefferson Township, Lackawanna County - Three adults and a juvenile are facing charges for a burglary in Lackawanna County.
It is not so much what happened but the way in which the suspects allegedly went about the burglary that makes the case so interesting.
State police say the burglary happened on October 22 at a motorhome on Aberdeen Road in Jefferson Township.
Victim Kenneth Pringle showed Eyewitness News were the burglars got into his motorhome.
The adults suspects have been identified as Nicole Stygar, Frank Stygar and Kenneth Roman along with a 16-year-old female juvenile.
"I was really upset. I mean, I was violated with them breaking in, going through all my stuff," Pringle said. "It was pretty bad. It was real bad."
At 4:00 AM on October 22nd, the victim says the two female suspects knocked on his door and asked for a ride.
The victim says the girls claimed they were partying in the woods and their ride left them. Pringle says the girls were both wet and cold. He says that he knew Nicole Stygar.
"They asked if they could have a ride back so I gave them a ride back to the city not knowing there was two guys on the roof of the motorhome and while I'm taking them down, they're breaking in the motorhome," Pringle said.
Once inside, state police say the two male suspects stole Pringle's computer, medications and a lockbox with $200 and paperwork.
"I'm really happy that justice is being done and being served because they have to stop," Pringle said.
Pringle says while the girls were in his truck getting their ride home, he thought something wasn't right because one of them was texting. Police say the girl was texting the other two suspects who were breaking into the motorhome.
"I don't think this is the first time that they did it," Pringle said. "I'm only speculating but the way that they had it pre-planned, this has been done before and it just hasn't been caught."