Urgent Alert – Possible Criminal

Urgent Alert! Guy trying to come into our house this AM
Originally posted 1.03.2021 on Nextdoor
Cross Streets: 36th & Mountain View

This morning a guy with a hooded sweater and mask, walked right up to our front door and tried to walk into our house – no knock or doorbell ring.
My husband went to the front door and he said he thought it was 110th street which was ridiculous. And then he hurried on his way.
Our dogs were going crazy. Watch out everyone.

Person 1 Hair: Beanie Hat
Top: Dark Blue Zip Hoodie
Bottom: Dark Jeans
Shoes: Black Shoes
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