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A Kansas mom and her two minor daughters returned home to find their apartment cleaned out and their personal belongings thrown away.

Myrohn Guthrie said her jaw dropped when she walked into the empty apartment and realized her furniture, electronics, and even the children's toys were gone.

"I just started crying immediately and my jaw dropped and I was like, oh my God," Guthrie told FOX 4 Kansas City.

She said the Gateway Plaza Townhomes property management told her to call the police when she initially thought she had been robbed.

Then it became apparent that she was evicted from her home of two years due to a clerical error.

A company hired to clear out the apartment mistakenly missed their assignment by one number.

"They [property management] haven't responded to anybody and I move Monday, thank God," Guthrie told Fox News.

Guthrie and her daughters are staying with friends until they find another place.

Guthrie said she doesn't have renters' insurance and she created a GoFundMe page to help raise money to pay for furniture, new clothes, toiletries, dishes, pots and pans, and other essentials for the family's new home.

She estimates her furniture, electronics and other items were worth about $32,000. But some of her personal belongings were irreplaceable, such as her children's baby photos, original birth certificates and important documents like social security cards.

Guthrie said the property management still hasn't contacted her to apologize or offer compensation for her loss.

Fox News reached out to the Seldin Company managers, but did not get a response.

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A friend remembered Benjamin on Facebook.

"Rest in peace Renee Benjamin may the good die young! I will never forget this day u were so happy u were surrounded by 3 cute girls lol #HesstonShooting#Ur in heaven now boo!"

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Lawyers for Jeffrey Chapman, 32, argued that jurors would prejudge Chapman if they were allowed to see the word "MURDER" that is tattooed backwards across his neck from ear to ear.

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