Keri Russell’s Brooklyn Home Hit by Alleged Uncle-Nephew Cat Burglars

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Whoever stole into Keri Russell's Brooklyn Heights rental house was not a terribly skilled cat burglar because they woke her up. "She left her basement bedroom and went to the first floor, but when she got there, the intruders were gone — along with her laptop, a necklace, earrings, and a pricey Filson bag," according to the New York Daily News. Cops later arrested Ronald Swindell, 50, and his nephew Steffon Swindell, 19, who a neighbor saw breaking into another house nearby. Guys, time for a new line of work.