What to do when the police refuse to act?

This is actually a pretty serious question.
I had a bunch of stuff stolen from my house last week, and we called the police, and they're refusing to do anything about it.
It was a good amount of stuff that was taken.
Enough to be considered a third degree felony grand theft, at most.
The police barely acted. They didn't even take any fingerprints.
We can't really take the case to court. My family is really poor. We don't have that much money. What do I do? Do I take matters into my own hands (Post flyers, ask for security camera footage from neighbours, etc) or do I contact a professional?

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TheQueenOfHell
Make a trap, get the culprit, knock them unconscious, then throw them in your basement to rot in hell ^_^
on April 24
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SierraMWay
I'd take it into my own hands. F!ck it
on October 18, 2017
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JaeLovesAnime
I’d just post some flyers, but if that doesnt work, ask for camera footage, and if that doesnt work ask me, ill find and take down the person that took all your stuff, i dont care how long it takes! :3
on April 24
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Darkwolves
Me just kill no matter what happen
JaeLovesAnime
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Firey_the_human
maybe they think your lieing or they think its dumb and anyone who wants to joke around dont fu*k around
on April 24
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Mataways
If you have any senators,lawyers, or congress at the town, explain the situation. Or talk to another police officer.
on March 22
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jamcc725
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sialjoans
Is this for real?
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on October 20, 2017
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