The savings of the resident family were also taken by the thieves.Today at dawn, they entered the Transition Home for Families run by the Hungarian Red Cross in Budapest, Csepel. Letters saved almost all of the families living in the institution and the payments that made it work. The humanitarian organization has filed a lawsuit on the case.
At dawn, they entered the Transition Home for Families operated by the Hungarian Red Cross in Budapest, Csepel. The thieves took hundreds of thousands of forints from a locker in a closed office. The stolen amount is the money saved by the in-house family, the payment of the rent for the accommodation, and almost the full amount of the payments for the work. The thieves, penetrating through the broken window, entered the room where the box was located. The mother and the children were sleeping in their rooms. The caretaker checked the children for perceived noise, and only then did he follow up on the story.
Family Transition Home residents are mothers and their children who cannot afford housing from their partners. On average, residents of the institution, during their years of staying abroad, work with social workers to save money with which to start a life of living. The biggest part of the stolen money was the amount collected from the savings of the dwellers.
The mothers' home staff and residents are also very saddened by the events, as every day they come to help needy families, and with this crime, they have lost the work they have lost. The police have begun an investigation into the matter.