OKLAHOMA CITY - A metro man fears for his life after returning home to find a burglar leaving his house.
This isn't the first time the neighborhood has seen a break-in and residents are on alert.
Neighbors say they've been communicating through a Facebook page, tracking the movement of the alleged thief through the neighborhood.
The man we spoke with says he's worried the intruder will come back.
"My doors were locked and he just kicked it down," the homeowner said.
A brazen thief barged through this home in the Skyline neighborhood, near N.W. 36th and Portland.
"I seen the car in my driveway when I was pulling in," the homeowner said. "Coming home from breakfast and I confronted the guy that was coming out of my house, walking out with all my stuff."
The thief so bold, he was wearing some of the stolen goods.
"Why is he wearing a North Face jacket when it's kind of hot, it's not really hot, it's humid. And I was like, 'Wait, that's mine," the victim said.
But that wasn't all the suspect took.
"It's an Xbox One with a Kinect, the Legend Blue 11's, the Aqua 8's, Playoff 13's, Terry 13's, a regular black North Face jacket, all my jeans for some reason, like every pair of my jeans and like 4 or 5 of my polos," the homeowner says.
This homeowner says he was quickly planning out his next move.
"Fight him for a couple hundred dollars worth of stuff or my life," the homeowner said. "You could see the silhouette of a gun on his hip and that`s when he told me, 'I got a gun, what are you going to do?"
And that's when his family flashed before his eyes.
"I'm still breathing, I got a job. I don't have to go do what he does," the homeowner says.
A petty crime that's left this family to pick up after someone else's dirty work.
"I hope that Xbox is worth [it], good for you," the homeowner said.
The suspect is described as a black male, standing around 6'3" tall and weighing around 200 pounds. He is also said to have a fade haircut.
The alleged thief was seen leaving in a gray four-door Pontiac G6, and the trunk was tied down with a rope.
If you have any information, call Oklahoma City police.