Early Monday morning, a woman woke up in her Sutherland home to find a strange man fondling her in her bed. Saskatoon police say the woman was not physically injured, but the man stole several items as he fled out the door.
This was the third break-in to hit the 400 block of 115th Street in a little over three weeks. In all cases, the suspects are believed to have entered through patio doors.
The suspect in the Sept. 28 break-in is described as white, six feet tall, between 20 and 30 years of age with a husky build, short black hair, and a chin-strap beard.
Two days prior, a main floor apartment on the block was burglarized while nobody was home. A suspicious male, described as First Nations with a long black pony tail, was seen fleeing the scene.
On Sept. 12, police said a computer was stolen during a nighttime break-in. Again, the suspect used the patio door. Police have also received a report of a suspicious man, and another of a prowler in the area during the month of September.
Residents are advised to secure their property, make sure doors and windows are locked, and call 911 if they see anything suspicious.