My company has 3 clinical locations, and a coworker and I had to travel from the main one to a satellite one in order to meet a little girl we were supposed to work with together. The coworker and I drove separately because I planned to go back to the main location, and she planned to go home. Anyway, she arrives a few minutes before I do, but she had to wait for me because I had the key to the front door. I unlock the door quickly for her and proceeded to move my black Kelly bag from the passenger seat (I keep it there so that I could easily reach for my sunglasses and cell phone) to the trunk, grabbed some equipment, and closed it with my Kelly inside. My coworker and I are inside the clinic for about an hour working with this little girl, then we lock up the clinic and go back to our cars (I actually borrowed my boss's car today). I happened to park right in front of the entrance, 3 spaces away from my coworker. As we are walking to our cars, we see some people staring at my coworker's car, then they say to her that they're sorry and feel bad for her because of something on her car. At first glance, we notice nothing, but then, we notice that the front passenger door has been smashed! My coworker begins to cry, but to make matters worse, she notices that her purse has been stolen (and it was hidden under the passenger seat)! And to make matters even worse, she's supposed to leave for a 3-week long trip to Europe on Monday (also to attend a relative's wedding) and had planned to go to the city to get her passport. I look at the other cars, and no one else's has any damage at all. I remember her saying before that her purse was from Wal-Mart and cost about $10. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but I feel so relieved and grateful because I know that she was seriously devastated and upset, and it could easily have been anyone's car in that parking lot that could have been targeted. I wasn't even discreet at all when I was taking my Kelly out, around the car, and put it into the trunk.