Journey nurse working in Albuquerque, sufferer of housebreaking

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – A traveling nurse who traveled all the way from North Carolina says this could be her last stop in Albuquerque after falling victim to thieves. What they took with them was essential for a living. Tammy Harris was only five days from the end of her eight-week contract in Albuquerque when she found her SUV at Studio 6 near Osuna and I-25 with the rear window smashed and the diaper bag missing.

As a traveling nurse, Harris carries these supplies from job to job. At this point, she is not sure if someone can reimburse her for the replacement costs. “My recruiter is aware of this, I don’t know how far I can go with it. I have an appointment tomorrow to have my car repaired, but unfortunately that’s an outlay I have to pay, ”said Harris.

What really stands out, Harris says, is the thanks she gets after bringing her much-needed skills to New Mexico. “I took time from my family to help someone else’s family. That’s what I do, that’s my job, ”said Harris.

Now Harris hopes that everyone who has her belongings finds it in their heart to do the right thing. “If someone was just willing to give it up anonymously, I would feel better. I would get my personal items back, my work items back and then anyone can go on, ”Harris said. She filed a complaint with the police. Unfortunately, there were no cameras in the hotel car park, she says.

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