We were in bed at 10pm. I heard movement and saw a torch light about 10.30. I woke my partner who yelled out. The person left.
We think he came in and out the back door or he climbed a ladder that was placed outside the bedroom window.
He had been through drawers in the spare room.
Luckily nothing was stolen
The police and dog came but they didn’t catch him.
We live In Rukutai Street.
In this hot weather remember to close and lock windows and doors before u go to bed.
We may Hve left the door unlocked.
It’s a horrible feeling knowing someone is in yr house while u are sleeping.
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