Woman wanted for burglary after stealing from ex-boyfriend's residence

Veronica Shatilla Ford, 26, is wanted for burglary in the first degree for taking valuables from her ex-boyfriend's residence. (Source: MBPD)
Veronica Shatilla Ford, 26, is wanted for burglary in the first degree for taking valuables from her ex-boyfriend's residence. (Source: MBPD)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – One woman is wanted for burglary in the first degree after taking valuables from her ex-boyfriend's residence, according to a Myrtle Beach Police report.

The victim told Myrtle Beach Police that his ex-girlfriend, Veronica Shatilla Ford, 26, came to his residence to try to fight another female around 7 p.m. Wednesday.

The victim stated that he then went to a local hotel at approximately 9:30 p.m. until 3:30 a.m. Thursday morning.

According to the police report, Ford sent text messages early Thursday morning that warned the victim that he would be robbed while he was out with his girlfriend. The text messages went on to say, "You're door is unlocked you dummy. Did you find your stuff? This is just the beginning."

The victim later received two picture messages. One that showed the victim's belongings gathered together and stacked up and the other that showed Ford wearing the victim's hat and necklace.

The victim returned to his residence to find the back door ajar and the window to his bedroom open approximately eight inches, according to the police report.

The victim said that Ford does not have a key and was never given a key.

The victim came home to find his room a mess. He said that two hats, two pairs of shoes, a gold necklace, a G-Shock watch, a watch with brown band, and a bracelet were missing.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Ford for burglary in the first degree. Anyone with information as to her location is asked to contact the Myrtle Beach Police Department by calling (843) 918-1300.

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