Early-morning break-in scares Golden Grove woman, whose screams send chubby intruder running

The Police are probing a house break-in in which a Golden Grove
woman came face-to-face with the intruder.

As a result, the woman telephoned the Grays Farm Police Station at
about 3:35 a.m. on September 29 and reported the encounter.
Reports say the victim went to bed at approximately 11:25 p.m. on
September 28. She was awakened just over four hours later and
saw a tall, chubby man – dressed in a pair of black joggers and a
hoodie, and carrying a flashlight – standing by her closet. 
Upon seeing the intruder the woman began to scream, at which time
the man told her to be quiet.

However, she continued screaming and the intruder ran out of her
room, through the living room door, and then down the road in a
westerly direction.

The home invader reportedly had gained entry by removing the
gauze screen from the kitchen window, which had been left open.
Nothing was reported stolen by the victim.

The Police carried out a search of the surrounding area for anyone
fitting the description of the intruder, but without success.