Posted on September 4, 2014 at 10:02 AM
Thursday, Sep 4 at 10:22 AM
SEATTLE, Wash. -- A pair of thieves targeted a wheelchair-bound couple, making off with a tablet, in Seattle on Tuesday.
The victim said she thinks the suspects have bigger problems than she does.
I was mostly angry because they scared me and made me feel unsafe,” said Carolyn Williams.
Williams isn’t worried about her stolen Samsung Nook, she’s worried about the suspect’s future targets.
"I just think that if they'll target me, they'll target anyone," she said.
Williams and her husband live with Cerebral Palsy. They visit Northgate Mall often, where she works on Christian book reviews and huddles with him to talk.
They were enjoying a Friday afternoon together when two men started watching them. Williams took notice.
"I didn't want to engage them because they were kind of scary looking," she said.
Click the video above to see surveillance video and why Williams says said she forgives the two men.