the new surveillance video that shows a Texas socialite's lavish three-story closet being robbed. Nearly a million dollars in bags, jewelry and more all stolen. Well, police are now reviewing that... See More
the new surveillance video that shows a Texas socialite's lavish three-story closet being robbed. Nearly a million dollars in bags, jewelry and more all stolen. Well, police are now reviewing that video and searching for the suspect and ABC's Ryan smith is here with that story. Good morning, Ryan. Reporter: Her three-story 3,000-square-foot closet with scores of luxury items ransacked by robbers revealing empty display cases but critical video may give police the key to find out who cleaned out her closet. This newly released surveillance video showing the robbery of the largest closet in America. Theresa Romer. To watch someone on film take everything out of your house that means so much to you, this is wrong. Reporter: Watch as the intruder enters the 3,000-square-foot closet as if on a shopping spree heading directly for the designer handbags. At one point climbing the shelves to get the priciest items on top before leaving with what place say is nearly $1 million of merchandise including three Hermes birkin travel bags at $60,000 each, ten Rolex watches and ten to 12 chanel/cartier watches. Lots of sentimental value. Welcome to my closet. She gave us a tour of other three-story megacloset a few weeks ago. This is probably one of my most interesting gifts I've gotten in my life. Indian ceremonial pieces. Reporter: Now gone. We'll have to find out when we get the suspect's information whether it was from the television shows from the week is what tipped off the individuals that committed the crime. Reporter: Investigators say they used a glass cutter to put holes in this bathroom window at the back of their home while Romer and her husband were having dinner at the neighborhood country club. You need a pass to get into the location or you have to climb over a wall. No footage of him anywhere around the house. And now Romer regretting not locking the door to her treasured collection. Going to stay in the neighborhood so I was like, oh, I'm not going to lock the closet door. There's no reason. I'm just going two blocks away. So police thinking the burglar was a professional and he left little trace behind. Still they're processing information such as logs from the gated community hoping it leads them to a suspect.
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