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OKLAHOMA CITY - A home burglary leads to four arrests, thousands of dollars worth of property stolen and a house left ransacked.

Room by room in Andrea Fryar's home, it's the same startling sight.

"I mean, you can tell they ransacked everything," Fryar said.

It's an odd story that starts in the middle of the day on Sunday, when a neighbor, who spotted Fryar's two dogs out and about, discovered a door that appeared to be kicked open and called police.

"I got a call from the police station," Fryar said. "They said I'd been burglarized, how fast could IĀ get home?"

When police arrived, they found a door with a clearly visible footprint.

Not long after, a man was spotted walking down the street near a cul-de-sac.

"They matched the shoe print to one of the guys they found walking down the street," Fryar said.

That man, 22-year-old Jordan Bullock, later led police around the corner to a motel.

"Leading them to an area, a hotel parking lot, where there were other individuals inside a vehicle," said Sgt. Ashley Peters, with the Oklahoma City Police. "It was later determined that all of these individuals were involved in burglarizing this residence."

According to police reports, the car was seemingly filled with stolen items from Fryar's home and other illegal drugs and paraphernalia.

Bullock, along with Scott Chanthalakeo, Kyle Spohn, and a minor, were all arrested on numerous complaints.

For Fryar, the cleanup continues, but she said what she misses the most is her sense of safety.

"I think that's the hardest part," she said.

A few of the stolen items have been returned, but Fryar's still in the process of figuring out exactly what was stolen.

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