The Malaysian born mother-of-two has been left traumatised by a robbery, which took place on April 16, between 1pm and 1.30pm, on Herriard Road in Armadale.
Ms Barhama said she went out at noon and returned at 3.25pm to find her house ransacked.
Thieves took valuable jewellery, a large amount of cash, three iphones, a playstation, Xbox and two distinctive backpacks from Kuala Lumpur.
Linen and all the food from the house was also taken.
But, Ms Barhama is most concerned about the three passports – her own, her son�s and her husband�s – which were taken. In an attempt to try to find witnesses to the event, Ms Barhama put up a sign on Streich Avenue, opposite Herriard Road. She said the passports were expensive to replace and she wanted the public to help find them.
�The best outcome would be to catch the culprits via the public recognising some of the stolen items,� she said.
�Among them were three new Oroton wallets, one red Nike backpack, one dark green army backpack and a blue/grey camouflage backpack.�
Ms Barham said her back gate was completely smashed to gain access.
A neighbour saw a man in his early 20s with a grey and white checked hoodie and a long carving knife in his hand.
�The neighbour saw my sign on the main road and called us with this information,� she said. The burglary has been reported to police.
Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Armadale Police on 9399 0222.