Man says an intruder broke into his house, cleaned it and left
A man from Massachusetts claims that a mysterious intruder broke into his home while he was out, cleaned it immaculately, and then left.
Nate Roman, who lives in a single-family home in Marlborough, originally thought that his family had been robbed, after he left for work the morning of May 15 and came home from picking up his son to discover that his door was now unlocked.
However, upon closer inspection of the property, Nate found that nothing had been taken and that the house had been cleaned from top to bottom. The toilet paper in his bathroom had even been adorned with a folded origami rose.
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Disturbed, Nate called the police. Law enforcement arrived on the scene and cleared the house to ensure that the intruder wasn't still lurking somewhere on the premises. They found nobody. They questioned Nate's neighbours. Nobody saw anything. A Marlborough Police Department spokesman told local news reporters that they currently have no leads or suspects in the case.
Commenting on the bizarre situation in a recent interview with NBC news, Nate stated: "[My son said], 'Dad! The door is unlocked.' Which I have done once every blue moon and didn't think anything of it. But when we walked in immediately there was a vibe that something was wrong in the house."
"Nothing was damaged, nothing was taken. Just arranged in a really creepy way. Rugs were vacuumed, everything was neat and put away. No crime happened, nothing was missing or damaged, so the police have very little to go on," he added.
However, Nate has a theory of his own. He believes that he may have left his door unlocked by accident and that someone from a professional. cleaning service came to the wrong address. He has been left shaken by the incident and has changed the locks on his doors. However, he's still kept the paper rose as a souvenir.