“I don’t know how people can be so terrible," she said.
Spc. Luis Ocampo's home was robbed while he was assisting with Hurricane Florence rescue and recovery efforts.
She and her son were away when the burglars broke in Thursday night.
The family believes the suspects snuck in through a back window and ransacked the place.
“If I was (to) do that to someone, I feel like I would feel really bad afterwards. I would be like, ‘I see this family struggling and I just messed up their life even worse," said Finch.’”
According to officials, the thieves took a gun, a large TV, a gaming system, a laptop Ocampo uses for schoolwork and some specialty coins and jewelry.
“It's irreplaceable. It's not something you can get back," said Finch.
Beyond the valuables, Finch said her heart also breaks for her hardworking guardsman.
"He does a lot for everybody. He always wants to make sure that everybody gets help," she said.
The family told WSOC that they are considering an alarm system for their home and have started a GoFundMe to recover from the robbery.
Police do not have any suspects at this point.