North Carolina woman shoots and kills intruder she found holding her iPad inside her home A North Carolina woman shot and killed a man who she found holding her iPad after he broke into her home, police said Friday. The woman and her toddler left the house in Robeson County to run an errand, and when they returned found an unfamiliar silver Jeep Wrangler in the driveway. The Jeep had been reported stolen more than 30 miles away in Hoke County, Robeson County Sheriff's Office spokesman Maj. Anthony Thomspon told The Fayetteville Observer. Police received an alarm activation signaling that someone had broken into the home, but the woman returned to her house before officers arrived on the scene. +1 A North Carolina woman shot and killed a man who she found holding her iPad after he broke into her Robeson County home (pictured) on Friday When she saw the Jeep the woman, who is a military wife, entered the home with her handgun and that's when she saw the man coming down the hallway, according to Thompson. 'She looked at him, he looked at her. He had her iPad in his hand. She started shooting,' Thompson said. Officers struggled to identify the man, who Thompson said was not carrying identification. The Robeson County Sheriff's Office said no charges are expected to be filed against the woman but the district attorney will make the final decision. The name of the woman and the man she shot have not been released.