As Moore families start to move forward, pieces of metal ripped from people's homes they lost in the tornado is piling up at the edge of yards.
However, there are intruders lurking in neighborhoods and residents are watching for looters.
"That just really bothers me, if you are going to come here you help people you don't benefit from their loss," said Heather Kirchen.
FOX23 News was in Kirchen's neighborhood near Broadway and Fourth Street when Moore police arrested three people for stealing scrap metal.
The back of the suspects' truck was piled with metal scrap.
"We knocked on the door, I promise you that," said one of the suspects in cuffs.
Neighbors say they watched the three suspected looters pick through yards and haul off with their scrap metal. The neighbor who called the police let his voice be heard by the suspects.
"You didn't ask anybody, I was watching you," said Greg Rivera.
Another neighbor watched in dismay as the two men and woman were taken into custody.
"That is pathetic," said Kirchen.
Rivera said he didn't want the men to get away. It was their scrap to make money.
"It's either call the police or do something I shouldn't do," said Rivera. “They just need to stay away."
As one of the suspects was in handcuffs he told the neighbors he was given permission but one of the victim's says she told him not to take her debris.
"He was yanking and pulling on it and I was like I don't know if we want to get rid of that," said Sabrina King.
She didn't want a confrontation but was relieved to see her neighbors jump into action. The suspect's stomped on her rose bushes her late grandmother planted – one of the few things that survived the tornado.
"You don't do that, it's inconsiderate," said King.
A few of the neighbors would like to see ID's required to get into neighborhoods.
"Why should other people get in and randomly walk around," said John Kirchen.
As the suspects were being taken away, Mrs. Kirchen had a message for the accused looters.
"I don't care how hard up you are; everyone in here is harder up than you are," said Heather Kirchen.
Moore police took the two men and woman into custody facing misdemeanor charges for looting a disaster.