Young mum, 22, finds stranger covered in blood crawling into her bed

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    A mum was left horrified after seeing security camera footage of a mystery home intruder falling asleep on her bed.

    Caitlin Sullivan, 22, says her bedroom camera started to buzz after motion was detected in the room while she was at a friend's house.

    Examining the footage she saw an unnamed intruder enter the room and take a nap in an incident that left Caitlin, from Sauchie, Scotland, "shocked".

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    After the incident, which took place on August 31 at around 7.45am, part-time carer Caitlin called the police and met them at her home, where the sleeper had already left covered in blood.

    Caitlin later received a message from the man on Facebook and is terrified he may return to her address, with the bloke apologising for the break-in and thanking her for letting him get some sleep.

    She said: "I couldn't believe my eyes. I was so shocked, I didn't know who he was. I couldn't believe there was a man in my bed. I don't understand how he got into my house.

    "I haven't been staying in the house since. I never want to go back to that house. It's the fact that both me and my little boy sleep in that bed. If I was there he would probably have climbed into my bed and slept next to me."

    A day after the shocking incident, Caitlin received a message from the man who said he hoped to "meet" her.

    The message read: "To give you my sincere apologies, I don't keep well. Thank you for letting me put my head down for three hours, hope no harm was done."

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    Caitlin was less than impressed with the police response to the message, who told the carer to "block him".

    She added: "Who is to say he won't come back. He has not been punished for it so he might do it again. My neighbours said the man was trying to get into my house the night before around 10pm, he was seen screaming and shouting."

    A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 9am on Tuesday, 29 August, 2023, officers were called to a report of someone within a house on Rosebank, Sauchie.

    "Officers attended and after being able to gain entry to the property spoke to the person within.

    "No criminality was established and the complainer was spoken to. Police have received no further complaints or reports in relation to this incident."

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