Perps Clean Up During Home Invasion When a Massachusetts man got home from work, he realized there had been a break-in. Nothing was missing, but it had been cleaned. A housekeeping service may have gone to the wrong address.
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Perps Clean Up During Home Invasion

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Perps Clean Up During Home Invasion

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When a Massachusetts man got home from work, he realized there had been a break-in. Nothing was missing, but it had been cleaned. A housekeeping service may have gone to the wrong address.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King with the story of a home invasion - sort of. Nate Roman of Massachusetts got home from work earlier this month and realized there'd been a break-in. Nothing was missing, but the beds were made. The rugs were vacuumed. The toilets were scrubbed. A creeped-out Roman reported the break-in to the police, who were stumped. He thinks that a housekeeping service accidentally went to the wrong address. Notably, his kitchen was not cleaned.

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