A man stopped by a Green Valley home last month to take a bath, shave, have a bite to eat and play some video games before heading out for the evening.
Problem is, the man didn’t live there.
When the real owner returned home at about 11:30 p.m., he saw lights on inside. He discovered “someone had apparently taken a bath in his tub.” He found shaving cream and a razor out on the counter. And there was a pile of clothing lying on the floor of the bedroom, according to a report from the Pima County Sheriff’s Department report.
In addition, “the television was on and the Play Station was turned to the game channel.”
Even more curious, the homeowner tidied up before calling 911 to report the incident.
The owner told the deputy it had happened once before, about two weeks earlier, but he didn’t report it because nothing was taken, not even the rifle and the handgun he left lying on the dining room table, the report stated.
When the deputy asked the homeowner how he thought the intruder had gotten into the home on at least two occasions, the man told him he always leaves the side door unlocked.