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Intruder Found in Two Bismarck Homes Saturday Morning

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Bismarck police are asking for the public's help in capturing a home intruder.

Police say a man broke into two Bismarck homes Saturday morning.

The homes are just a block from each other both in the 2400 block of 8th Street and 9th Street in Bismarck.

Police say an 18 year old woman woke up at 7:30 a.m. Saturday to find a man standing in her bedroom.

When he realized she was awake, he left.

Roommates found a wallet in the hallway, with $150 missing.

The second incident happened just minutes later.

A 21 year old woke up to find the man in her room, by her purse.

He left without incident after she woke up.

Officers say the front door had fresh pry marks and wood chips in the entryway.

The suspect is described as being 5'8, 180 pounds with crew cut brown hair, he has a muscular build and was wearing a baseball hat, jeans, construction shirt and boots.

If you have any information, contact the Bismarck Police Department at 223-1212.

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