Mum devastated after thieves raid baby girl’s nursery while she was giving BIRTH

A MUM was left devastated after thieves raided her baby girl’s nursery while she was giving birth.

When Claire, 33, went into labour with her husband James by her side, they had no idea valuables including their Waterford Crystal collection, cash and bottles in their daughter’s nursery were being pillaged from their home.

Burglars pillaged the Cambridgeshire home, even ransacking the nursery meant for the newborn
Burglars pillaged the Cambridgeshire home, even ransacking the nursery meant for the newborn
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Claire, 33, was in hospital giving birth to little Tiffany-Rose when her home was ransacked
Claire, 33, was in hospital giving birth to little Tiffany Rose when her home was ransacked
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The mum today revealed how she was left sick knowing the thief had waited for her to leave for the hospital and for her mother to take their three-year-old son JJ out to lunch before turning over the Cambridgeshire home.

Claire said even her son’s toys, and her wedding and engagement rings had been taken after she left them at the family’s property before going to hospital.

Speaking to the Sun Online, she said: “Your home is your safe place and it’s a violation of that.

“Everyday, it plays on my mind.”

Claire said she had given birth to her little girl Tiffany Rose on April 21, 2017, with her husband even passing out after the arrival of their child from stress and exhaustion.

But it was when he headed back to the property in March, Cambridgeshire, that he found their front door swinging open.

Claire recounted: “Everything missing off the hallway table, all the valuable items were missing from the kitchen.

“My little boy’s bedroom was ransacked, with everything pulled out of the wardrobe.

“They even chucked the fruit out of the fruit bowl and took that.”

Other items nicked were the family’s carriage clock and some crystal candlestick holders.

Your home is your safe place and it’s a violation of that

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Claire now has suspicions over who she believes took advantage of her family home – but says police have been unable to unearth enough evidence to charge anyone.

Luckily, the family had insurance, but estimated the total amount of stolen items amounted to around £6,000.

And she said the break in had traumatised her family, with her little boy hiding his toys every time they left the home to stop them from being stolen.

A Cambridgeshire Constabulary spokesperson said a man and woman were interviewed under caution, but no arrests made.

They said: “The case has been filed pending any fresh evidence coming to light.”

The family's home had their belongings left strewn through the room
The family’s home had their belongings left strewn through the room
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The family had photos proudly displayed in their home
The family had photos proudly displayed in their home
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But even they were taken, with the cabinet raided by the heartless thieves
But even they were taken, with the cabinet raided by the heartless thieves
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Claire said she had been devastated, and believes the thieves waited for the family to leave
Claire said she had been devastated, and believes the thieves waited for the family to leave
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Fruit bowls were even taken, with the thieves throwing the fruit out
Fruit bowls were even taken, with the thieves throwing the fruit out
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Claire said she had felt violated by the opportunistic theft
Claire said she had felt violated by the opportunistic theft
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Claire said her son, JJ, was traumatised by the theft and knowing people had searched through his toys
Claire said her son, JJ, was traumatised by the theft and knowing people had searched through his toys
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Claire said her engagement ring and wedding ring were taken
Claire said her engagement ring and wedding ring were taken
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Police are still investigating the thefts from the Cambridgeshire home
Police are still investigating the thefts from the Cambridgeshire home
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