Police: Porsche, Jaguar, Camaro stolen while UNL students on vacation

The Porsche 911 Targa 4S is debuted during the Los Angeles Auto Show Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/John Locher)

LINCOLN, Neb (FOX 42 KPTM)-- A high-dollar heist left four University of Nebraska Lincoln students out property costing nearly $190,000.

One of the students told police he and his three roommates left the country for vacation on May 8th.

When they got back, they found someone had burglarized their house.

Police say it looks like someone got into the home through an unlocked door. They say the back and front door were both unlocked when officers got there.

The student told police they discovered a 2015 white Jaguar, a 2015 white Porsche, and a 2015 black Chevy Camaro were all taken. They say the thieves took the titles for the vehicles too.

Along with that, the students told officers a 65" flat screen TV and a video camera were missing.

Police say everything together is worth about $184,840.

They say there was no damage and when officers checked around the neighborhood, they did not find any witnesses.

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