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Police Ask Residents to Lock Doors Following Reports of Intruders

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No arrests have been made, but Bismarck police say they received three separate reports of intruders or prowlers early Saturday morning.

In two cases, the intruders are believed to have entered homes that were unlocked.

That's why Bismarck police are again urging the public to always lock their doors.

No one was injured in any of the cases.

In the first report--

A female resident woke up to find a man in bed with her.

This happened on the 700 block of North 21st Street at 5:21 AM.

He ran out the door and she called police.

Description of Suspect at 700 block of North 21st Street:

-white male

-brown scruffy beard

-green neon sweatshirt, blue jeans, black hat

The police checked the area without finding anyone.

While investigating this report, a 20 year old male who also lives in the area, reported to police that around 4:21 AM, he saw a male window peeper looking into his window.

Here is a description of the suspect:

Description of Suspect at 407 West Century

-white male

- 5'8 to 5'10, 25 to 30

-scruffy beard, tanned skin

-wearing a black or grey hoodie and a stocking cap

At 7:15 AM, a 25 year old Bismarck woman was at 407 West Century when she saw a man walk out of her sister's bedroom.

She asked what he was doing, and he fled out the front door.

Here is a description of that suspect.

If you have information about these crimes, call the Bismarck Police Department at 223-1212.

To give information anonymously, call Crime Stoppers at 224-TIPS (224-8477).

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