A Virginia man returned home from a trip and found that his apartment had been broken into - and cleaned.
The stunned Virginia man reported his freaky homecoming to police on Monday, the Arlington News reports. The shocked man called Arlington Police to complain that his apartment appeared to have been cleaned and some items moved around.
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There is no description of the suspect, according to cops.
WRC-TV reported that the man told police he does not employ a maid. Police say the mystery cleaner unlawfully entered the apartment.
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