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Bedford County resident waits for belongings 70 days after moving

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BEDFORD COUNTY, Tenn. -

A new resident to Bedford County is still waiting for her belongings more than two months after arriving to Tennessee from Florida.

Cindy Arroyo moved into her new home in early June with her beloved dog, some plants and a small laundry basket of clothes.

Now, more than 70 days later, Arroyo is still waiting for a Florida moving company to arrive with the remainder of her possessions.

"It's frustrating," she said. "It's more than upsetting. I am livid; I mean they have everything I own."

Arroyo added, "It makes you feel like you have just been robbed blind, because they continually lie, saying we will be there in four days, we will be there in five days and they never show up."

Since arriving to the Volunteer State, Arroyo said she follows up with Ryder Moving and Storage nearly everyday.

"Whenever they do call, they say it's en route or we will give you an estimated time of arrival," she said.

Arroyo told Nashville's News 2 Investigates she has called the Bedford County Sheriff's Department, but received no help.

"[They said] they would be there if I needed their help at the house," she explained, adding, "I am tired of dealing with associations, Better Business Bureaus and police departments. I'm running out of resources."

Arroyo said that she has called legal aid, but she cannot afford to hire a lawyer at this time.

Nashville's News 2 Investigates contacted the Broward County Florida Sheriff's Department in an effort to initiate action on their end, as well as contacted the ABC affiliate in south Florida, hoping they will pick up the story.

Arroyo said she estimates her losses at $20,000.

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