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Police: Athens burglar breaks in, cleans up

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ATHENS, Ga. - An Athens woman returned home on Wednesday to discover a man broke into her home to clean and steal a pair of earphones.

According to the Athens-Clarke County police report, a male a male acquaintance broke into her home along North Ave. by removing a screen window to gain entry.

The woman said the only thing missing was a set of pink Beats by Dre headphones valued at $85.00.

The man mopped the kitchen floor, cleaned a litter box, and trash was placed outside.

She told officers that she didn't know the man very well, but his behavior is very erratic and unpredictable.

On July 6, the man was banging on her bedroom window and wanted to come inside.

Police could not obtain any fingerprints from the scene.

The victim reached out to FOX 5, she said that she filed the police report because the man has a history of breaking into homes. She just wanted to alert police to the incident.
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