Transcript for Family Robbed After Hiring Movers From Craigslist
Next tonight, a family in Atlanta hiring movers found online. Their belongings never seen again. ABC's gio Benitez with the important warning tonight. Reporter: Tonight, police say these movers aren't movers at all, but thieves loading up their u-haul. Some $75,000 worth of furniture. Our stuff is gone. Reporter: The Atlanta homeowner says she's embarrassed to show her face, because she hired the movers through an ad on craigslist. She says the movers were supposed to take the furniture to her new home and never showed up at that new house. We lived in this house for over ten years. We built a life here. Memories. We have items that are irreplaceable. That's on that truck. Reporter: The stolen truck found the next day, empty. Tonight, police are looking for these two men, apparently brought in by bumblebee movers, an atlanta-based company contacted by the homeowner. It's a cautionary tale for anyone looking for movers of course, find a reputable company. And check that your mover is registered and if they have a history of complaints at protectyourmove.gov. And try supervising the loading and unloading. David, all that family recovered was a box of their personal documents and their $20 deposit. We tried to reach that moving company, but we've not heard
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