Upper Darby Police Looking For Serial Bedroom Intruder - My9 New Jersey

Upper Darby Police Looking For Serial Bedroom Intruder

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Upper Darby Police are looking for a man who they believe is responsible for breaking into four different homes in the dead of night, making his way into bedrooms, and then running away once female victims wake up to him standing over them.

The string of bizarre break-ins started in April, and happened twice in the past week, including yesterday morning on the 200 block of Sheffield Road.

Investigators say the victims have been as young as 16 and as old as 32. One victim allegedly woke up to the man touching her groin area.

Police believe the suspect's nickname is "Rel" and he as worn a surgical mask during some of the incidents. He also has facial hair and a gap in his teeth. He may be entering residences through unlocked doors.

Anyone with information is urged to call Upper Darby Police.


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