911 calls were released Thursday of the recent robbery at a $35 million Coral Gables mansion.
Victim: "I've been robbed."
Operator: "What do you mean you've been robbed?"
Victim: "Please hurry."
Operator: "Is there someone inside your house right now?"
Victim: "No. I don't think so. They took my car."
Operator: "They just took your car right now?"
Victim: "They took it about five minutes ago and I'm tied up with my feet. My hands I let go. I think they're gone."
In the surveillance video from the home you can see the suspect. WSVN says police identified him as Zuhdi Musa.
On the 911 call the operator says: "Why are you whispering? Do you think they're inside your house?"
Victim: "I don't know and I have laryngitis; I can't speak loud. Hurry up. Please hurry up."
WSVN reports Linda Ruffe was home alone the night the intruder entered. Her estranged husband was not there. WSVN said Musa had worked with him.
"The subject has worked for his boss for the last year and a half. I think they are very well known to both victims," said Coral Gables Police Sgt. Dean Wellinghoff.
WSVN says Musa's wife Rosa Maria was also arrested and accused of driving her husband to the mansion the night of the heist.
The victim said $4,000 cash, $400,000 in jewelry and an Aston Martin car were taken from the home.
The car was recovered but the jewelry is still missing.
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