Transcript for Realtor Allegedly Stole Prescription Drugs from Client's Home
We turn to realtors behaving badly. One caught on camera taking things from a home she was supposed to be showing. Not the first time we've seen this happen as Linzie Janis reports. Reporter: She may look right at home, but police say the woman rifling through the pantry is actually Virginia realtor Sara reeves allegedly using her easy access to this upscale home to steal prescription drugs. They say reeves takes the bottle into the kitchen pouring the pain medicine into her own container, then putting the bottle back. Surveillance video also capturing this possible clue. Reeves walks into the home wearing a coat and hat but only puts on those yellow gloves once she's inside. Those gloves preventing fingerprints maybe but not preventing reeves from being caught red-handed by the homeowners. You trust the people that come into your house and it was just kind of shocking. Reporter: Randy and Emma say they just installed cameras after some jewelry went missing during an open house. I called the police department and it was highly illegal activity that she was involved in. Reporter: Reeves now charged with felony possession of a narcotic and larceny and is not the only realtor accused of behaving badly. Realtor accused of a despicable crime. Stealing. Stealing. Stealing. Reporter: These agents caught on camera stealing jewelry in Arizona and pilfering, yep, prescription drugs in Florida. So how do you make sure your realtor is less like these guys and more like, well, "Modern family's" Phil Dunphy. I've been in your house when you weren't home. I'm not a burglar. I'm a realtor. Reporter: Experts say check with other customers. Were they happy then research online. Look for recent reviews on zillo and yelp. What about other realtors like reeves who wasn't the listing agent for the home? Experts say consider asking your agent to be present at all showings. A trusted set of eyes to prevent a scene like this. For "Good morning America," Linzie Janis, ABC news, new York.
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