College student finds man in closet wearing her clothes

College student finds man in closet wearing her clothes

College student finds man in closet wearing her clothes

"I've been having, like, pieces of clothes missing". The University of North Carolina junior, who was only identified by her first name Maddie, told Fox8 she had noticed items in her room vanishing at her off-campus apartment on 1214 Oakland Avenue.

"I have a hand print on my bathroom wall like and on my mirror", Maddie said.

"She apparently came home around her lunch break, heard a noise in her closet and found him in there", Greensboro Police spokesman Ron Glenn said, per the Greensboro News & Record. "It sounds like a raccoon in my closet", Maddie said. 'I said 'Who's there?' And somebody answers me. And somebody answers me.

When she did finally open the door, she found 30-year-old Andrew Swofford sitting on the floor and wearing her clothes, including socks, shoes and sporting a bookbag filled with even more of her clothing. He was wearing her clothes, according to the student, who said Swofford had a bag "full of my clothes", the TV station reported.

'He tries on my hat. She says he asked to give her a hug at one point but didn't actually touch her.

"Every time I go in [my room] there's a bad vibe", she told Fox 8. 'But he never touched me'.

But what really scares the girls is that men have entered their apartment before. In the past, they had found two odd men sitting in their living room.

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Maddie and her flatmate couldn't understand how Swofford had managed to breach the premises, as they "also keep their doors locked".

Burkely Communities, the building management company, did not immediately respond to the Daily Dot's request for comment.

"I've heard of other incidences of people walking into the wrong apartments ... but as far as somebody being in somebody's closet, I haven't heard that before - that's pretty unique", Glenn said.

At first, Maddie and her roommates thought the apartment was being haunted by a ghost.

'I can't stay here. My closet, it stinks.

Maddie added: "I'm leaving tonight, yeah, just signed a lease for a new apartment".

Swofford was arrested without resistance and jailed in Guilford County under a $26,600 bond on 14 felony charges, including breaking and entering, identity theft, larceny, possessing stolen goods and failing to appear in court in connection with previous cases, BuzzFeed News reports.

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