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Buffalo Grove woman wakes up to find man on top of her in bed

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BUFFALO GROVE, Ill. (Sun-Times Media Wire) -

A northwest suburban woman woke up Saturday morning to discover a man had sneaked into her residence and joined her in bed.

According to a Buffalo Grove police report, the woman woke up about 4 a.m. and felt “an unidentified male subject straddling her on her bed,” Pioneer Press is reporting.

“After a brief struggle, the suspect ran out of the bedroom and exited the condominium through an open patio door,” the report said.

The woman, who lives alone on the ground floor, left her patio door unlocked, Buffalo Grove police Cmdr. Jim Newton said. The intruder displayed no weapons, made no threats, and left nothing behind, Newton said.

The report lists the offender as a white man 30-40, 5-foot-9 with an average build, receding, short brown hair and no facial hair, police said.

The victim said the man wore a plaid shirt, but was not sure if he had pants or shoes on, the report said.

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