‘I'm thinking he's going to kill me:’ Thieves hold Milwaukee woman at gunpoint
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – A Milwaukee woman feared for her life when thieves pointed a gun to her head as they burglarized her home.
Milwaukee Police are looking for help identifying suspects from an armed home invasion that happened around 1:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 8 near 41st and Concordia.
Three suspects forced opened a door and entered Cheryl Gooden’s home. One of the suspects was armed with a gun. Home surveillance video shows two of the suspects ransacked the home and stole jewelry and a safe with $10,000 in it, before they fled the scene. Gooden was in bed when it happened.
“‘I'm thinking he's going to kill me,” Gooden said. “They were trying to get me up, get me up, where the money at?”
Gooden doesn't recognize any of the men in the video.
“There's a lot of kids out here they don't care about nothing or nobody,” Gooden said. “Stealing cars, doing drugs, killing people. They don't care.”
Gooden is now thankful she’s alive.
“As long as I survive I don't care because I can get more money,” Gooden said. “I feel very grateful that I’m here.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Milwaukee Police at 414-935-7360.