RICHMOND, Va. – A gaggle of girls on the Virginia Commonwealth College lacrosse workforce are ensuring their doorways and home windows are locked, after a person broke into their home early Tuesday morning.
Nicole Morris’ roommate lay quick asleep in her mattress on Tuesday when round three:30 a.m. her cat Kahlua woke her up.
“Her cat was hyped up and able to struggle, and she or he rolled over and opened her eyes for a cut up second and noticed the person in her doorway, and she or he clearly was terrified,” Morris informed WTVR.
Morris stated the person didn’t heed the message of a Halloween ornament left hanging on the wall that learn “Beware.”
As an alternative, he hid behind the wall, however her roommate might nonetheless see the person’s shadow, so she stood up and yelled at him.
“Stated, who’re you? Why are you right here? Get out of our home, and he slowly backed away to the door. He did not bolt,” Morris stated.
Morris stated the person then left with out taking something, and her roommate ran to alert everybody in the home about what occurred.
“That is like certainly one of my worst fears is waking up and discovering somebody who you’ve gotten zero concept who it’s in your personal doorway or your room,” Morris stated.
Morris stated the roommates consider the person entered the home via an unlocked door behind the home.
It is a mistake Morris stated the roommates plan to ensure does not occur once more.
However, one blessing they are going to be maintaining round: their guard cat.
“I do not assume she would have woken up if Kahlua hadn’t alarmed her,” Morris stated.
The suspect is described as a person who seems to be in his 30s, final seen sporting a black hat, black hoodie, and white footwear. He has not been caught.
Police are reminding people to lock their home windows and doorways even once they’re residence.