Transcript for Caught on Camera: Burglar Breaks into Triple-Decker Closet
Thank you, Ron. You may remember the story about the most outrageous closet in the country. Three stories high. 3,000 square feet. The wealthy socialite owner calls it her female man cave. Now it's a crime scene. Ourviera is on the story. Welcome to my closet. Reporter: A temple to house the treasures of a Texas millionaire fashionista. Capturing the attention of newspapers and TV cameras. It's what surveillance cameras captured that has shaken her to her core. It's unexplainable. Unexplainable. Reporter: The surveillance video shows a solo burglar entering the three-story megacloset entering the closet from the first floor. To watch someone on film take everything out of your house that means so much to you. Reporter: The burglar made off with a mother lode of luxury items. She spoke about her collection of bags with Melissa Rycroft a few weeks ago. When I started falling in love with these, I fell in love with this one right off the bat. Reporter: The former Texas beauty queen says she uses the room and her collection for charity functions and many of the items stolen were passed down to her. Some of that stuff you'll probably never see again. It's just sad. Reporter: The investigation Rema remains ongoing. The designer bag ban zit was probably a professional. Covered head to toe in a jump suit and gloves. Using a glass cutter to break in. Leaving no trace behind. And no trace yet of her things. It was so smooth, authorities don't think it was an inside job. Ter's is a says it doesn't matter how much money you have. The feeling of violation after a robbery is just awful. She says she and her husband apparently forgot to set the alarm. I bet that won't happen again. Just one time, showing the dark side of fame. So many people walking into her world. That's unfortunate. Let's hope they have insurance.
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