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Porsche, jewelry, credit cards stolen in Sherwood home burglary

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Person of interest in Sherwood burglary and 2014 Porsche Cayman stolen during burglary on Oct. 14. (Images released by Sherwood Police Department) Person of interest in Sherwood burglary and 2014 Porsche Cayman stolen during burglary on Oct. 14. (Images released by Sherwood Police Department)
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A Sherwood man said credit cards, jewelry, cash and even a Porsche were stolen his family’s home during a robbery earlier this month.

According to the Sherwood Police Department, more than $160,000 worth of items were taken from the home of Mark Stouffer on October 14.

Stouffer said he thinks whoever broke into his home went room to room, taking their time and stealing whatever they could get their hands on, adding the shock began when he saw his 2014 Porsche Cayman gone from the garage.

 “I tell you, I’m going to miss that car because I’m sure I probably won’t get it back,” he told FOX 12. “I was in my 50s and said, ‘I want to get it now before I’m too old and can’t drive.’”

Stouffer said he came home around 6 p.m. the evening of the robbery to find the car gone. It only got worse as he went inside his home and found drawers open throughout the house and shoes, clothing, golf clubs, cash, watches and jewelry all taken.

“I was like shocked I felt sick,” he recalled. “I feel very violated.”

The distraught homeowner said it looked like the intruders made themselves at home for a while. He said someone even helped themselves to soda, leaving empty cans of 7-Up in the upstairs bedroom.

Stouffer said the only one home during the break-in was the family’s little dog CoCo, who thankfully wasn’t hurt. Still, he does not think this was a random crime.

“The more I think about it, the more I think someone was planning this, maybe for weeks,” he said.

Sherwood police have had some leads, including security camera footage investigators said showed a person of interest at a Salem Fred Meyer store after a purchase was made using one of Stouffer’s stolen credit cards.

Investigators also determined that the stolen credit cards were used or had been attempted to be used in Woodburn.

Late Wednesday, Stouffer received some news on the case. He said Sherwood officers told him his car was found in Salem in an apartment complex parking lot and that the vehicle was drivable but didn’t share any other details on its condition.

“They found the car, unbelievable. It’s a miracle,” he said. “Oh it’s a good feeling, it’s a good feeling.”

Anyone with information about this case is asked to call Sherwood police at 503-625-5253 or dispatchers at 503-629-0111.

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