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Georgetown Police searching for suspicious person entering homes, watching people sleep

For the past two years, Georgetown Police have been responding to reports of a suspicious person wandering Sun City and entering homes. (Photo courtesy: Georgetown Police Department)

For the past two years, Georgetown Police have been responding to reports of a suspicious person wandering Sun City and entering homes.

Roland Waits with Georgetown Police said since 2016, they believe the man is linked to at least 50 separate incidents and is suspected of entering more than a dozen homes in northeast Sun City.

“People have woken up overnight to someone standing in their bedroom, watching them sleep. No physical contact, no assaultive behaviors,” said Waits.

Some of the images shared by Georgetown Police came from the backyard game camera of a Sun City resident whose home backs up to a greenbelt.

“When I saw somebody at 2:30 walking through here, I thought it was really weird. Why are you walking here?” said Kenneth.

The person of interest is described by police as a male in his mid-20s to mid-40s, 180-210 lbs, 5’8-6’ tall.

Waits said even though he hasn’t been a danger, police fear he could gain confidence. “Hopefully, he will never get to a behavior that is more than standing there. We want to stop him from even doing that,” said Waits.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Police Department Tip Line at 512-930-2746 or Detective Chris Brown at 512-930-3503.

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