|Updated: 4/23/2012 9:45 pm
||Published: 4/23/2012 5:55 pm
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Little Rock police are trying to track down three burglars who forced their way into a missing woman's apartment on Easter. At least one person thinks one of the suspects is the missing woman's boyfriend.
Late Easter night, three burglars broke into Patrice Smith's west Little Rock apartment and stole her flat screen TV, clothes and other belongings totaling more than two-thousand dollars.
But, Smith, 28, might not even know she is a burglary victim.
Smith's family hasn't seen her since March 24 when she took off with boyfriend, Michael Robinson, who has a history of domestic violence.
FOX16's Kelly Dudzik talked with the neighbor who reported the burglary on Monday for this report. The neighbor did not want to go on camera, but she called police on Easter because she thought someone was breaking into her own apartment. Then, she realized three people were breaking into Smith's apartment.
The neighbor not only heard loud banging noises as someone either kicked in or broke through Smith's door with their shoulder, she saw a man and woman running from around back of the apartment building throwing things into an SUV.
Then, the twist, the neighbor spotted the driver of the SUV, listed in the police report only as Suspect 3, and told police she is "98-percent sure" it was Michael Robinson.
Monday, Little Rock police told FOX16 that they have not verified the suspect information and haven't made any arrests.
Smith has an order of protection against Robinson, and this is still very much an active missing persons case.
"I'm barely holding myself together. It's very hard on me because I love my daughter very much," Smith's mother told FOX16 shortly after her daughter's disappearance.
The witness says the burglars got away in a dark red or burgundy 2005 Ford Expedition. Smith's family last saw her in a gray 2004 Ford Explorer as she left a family picnic with Robinson.