A Dearborn woman returned home Sunday night to find an unexpected visitor in her house, according to reports.
The woman told police that her roommate dropped her off at the house the two share on the 2600 block of Willow around 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
When she went in the door, she heard her dog barking in the kitchen, which was unusual for the pet. She went to investigate, and saw a man standing near the doorway.
The man immediately pulled open the back door and ran through the yard, jumping a fence and disappearing down the street.
Nothing was found to be missing from the home by either resident of the house.
According to the police report, the intruder was a white male with dark brown, short hair. He was about 5-foot-8 with a medium build, wearing jeans and a dark sweatshirt. The woman said she did not get a good look at his face.
No suspects were identified, but the woman said she was sure she didn't know the man.
The break-in was one of several residential crimes reported in Dearborn within the past week.
On the 2000 block of Cornell, a home break-in was reported on June 14. A flat-screen TV was the only thing missing. Additionally, a Dodge Caravan was broken into on June 13 on the 7500 block of West Morrow Circle, while a Ford Explorer was vandalized on June 17 on the 6200 block of Appoline.
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