MERIDIAN, Idaho (KBOI) — Meridian Police are investigating incidents in Kelly Creek Subdivision where a suspect left women’s underwear on the porch of two homes.
On Monday, a family told police that someone entered their home on the 5500 block of N. Black Sands Avenue around 7:00 p.m.
Police said the man entered through the back door while a homeowner was in the shower. The homeowner told police that he heard his dogs barking. He went downstairs and found the back door open. He also saw a vehicle’s headlights near Heroes Park.
An adult man was in the car with his face covered with a bandana, according to police. He sped off as the homeowner approached the car.
In addition to this incident, the family told police they’ve seen four other incidents where someone has left women’s underwear on their front porch. They did not contact police prior to this because they believed it may be someone just playing a prank.
Meridian Police were called to a report of a burglary at the 2500 block of Cedar Grove Street on Dec. 21st. A woman was taking a nap when she heard her dog growling, according to police. She was confronted by a man with a mask-covered face when she went to investigate.
The woman said prior to the incident, she found women’s underwear on her doorknob after hearing her doorbell ring.
The suspect is described as a white male, six feet tall, with a medium build. He was wearing a thick black jacket with a fur lined hood, dark pants, gloves and a ski mask covering his face.
The vehicle from the previous incident is described as a dark colored, four-door passenger vehicle.
If you have any information on either of these incidents, contact the Meridian Police Department at 208-888-6678