LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA)- A security camera has reportedly caught an intruder breaking into a young mother’s home in Scotland before going inside her room to sleep.
According to reports, 22-year-old Caitlin Sullivan was at her friend’s house when the camera in her bedroom started to buzz, she said.
Sullivan said she examined the footage but was terrified to see the mystery sleeper climbing into the bed she shares with her baby, for a nap.
Following the incident on 29 August, the part-time carer immediately called the Police.
The mystery sleeper was reportedly taken away, but Miss Sullivan claims he was never arrested.
She noted that she has only returned home since to clean as she is terrified he will come back.
“I couldn’t believe my eyes. I was so shocked; I didn’t know who he was. I couldn’t believe there was a man in my bed. I don’t understand how he got into my house.
“I haven’t been staying in the house since. I never want to go back to that house.
“It’s the fact that both me and my little boy sleep in that bed. If I was there, he would probably have climbed into my bed and slept next to me,” Miss Sullivan, from Sauchie, Clackmannanshire, said.
According to Sullivan, she received a shocking Facebook message from the intruder a day later, thanking her for letting him get some sleep alongside an apology.
“To give you my sincere apologies, I don’t keep well.
“Thank you for letting me put my head down for three hours; hope no harm was done,” the message read.
Sullivan, however, claims she doesn’t understand how the man found her name and is looking to move as she is too scared to go home.
“I phoned the Police, and they just told me to block him.
“Who is to say he won’t come back? He has not been punished for it, so he might do it again.
“I am scared to stay in my house now because of my little boy,” Sullivan lamented.
Scotland Police spokesman, in a statement, disclosed that “Around 9 a.m. on Tuesday, 29 August, officers were called to a report of someone within a house on Rosebank, Sauchie.
“Officers attended and, after being able to gain entry to the property, spoke to the person within.
“No criminality was established, and the complainer was spoken to. Police have received no further complaints or reports in relation to this incident, ” the statement read.