Matt Schubert has spent a lot of time on his computer ever since he opened an email at work in Indianpolis showing a photo of a strange man inside his home in Pittsboro.
"I said, 'Oh my gosh there's somebody in my house,'" Schubert said. "So I printed it out and showed my boss and said, 'There's somebody here in my house.' I took off running."
"As a matter of fact they looked right into the camera," Schubert said.
After breaking in through the basement window, the camera caught the two men climbing Matt's stairway and heading to their right.
"Down the hall, and to the master bedroom," Schubert said.
It didn't take him long to discover what they took.
"My wife's jewlery was here," Schubert said, pointing to a jewlery box.
Schubert said there was more than $5,000 worth of jewlery, including a wedding ring, inside the small bags the men carried out of the home, but he said the cost isn't what's keeping his wife up at night.
"She's really anxious about standing in the same spot where the theives were standing," Schubert said. "I still have to walk her out to her car in the morning when it's dark. She's just really uncomfortable about being here."
Schubert described his emotions differently, though.
"I just kind of got fed up, upset and my actions led me to (the computer)," he said.
Schubert decided to post the photos of the supects onto a special Faceook page titled 'Break In Pittsboro, IN'. He's using the wall to post updates and encourage tips from anyone who might recognize them.
"With it being a small community," Schubert said. "Somebody has got to know them."
Matt said he'll leave any future arrest to the professionals, though he did use his computer to leave his uninvited guests a the following personal message: "Wrong one to mess with. Hunting for drug addicted petty theif losers. I'm looking for you!"
"I don't believe in vigilante justice but something needs to be done," Schubert said.
If you have information on this case please call the Hendricks County Sheriff's Department.
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