Ski masks wear peeping Tom is caught while he stared into the bedroom window of the woman for 15 minutes
& # 39; It was petrified & # 39 ;: with a ski mask-clad peeping Tom is caught while he stared 15 minutes into the woman's bedroom window before her dog frightened him
- Makenzie Stephens has the details of the & # 39; petrifying & # 39; meeting on Facebook
- She said the ordeal took place after she returned home around 7:30 PM on December 29th
- Video shows the peeking Tom who walks to her house and stares into the window
- She said that he was staring in her house for 15 minutes before her dog frightened him
- Stephens said she had added motion sensor lamps to the yard and submitted a police report
Valerie Edwards for Dailymail.com
A skimjacking squeaking Tom was caught on surveillance footage staring into the window of a women's room before her dog drove him away.
Makenzie Stephens shared the details of the gruesome meeting on Facebook.
She said the incident occurred around 7:30 PM on December 29 shortly after she had just returned to South Nashville.
& # 39; A white man who wore a slide (what we think was there), a black hoodie and sweatpants running down the street, came into my backyard and around to my side window where he stayed for about 15 minutes. Stephens in the mail.
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A skimjacking squeaking Tom (photo) was caught on surveillance footage that stared in the bedroom window of Make-up by Nashville of Makenzie Stephens for 15 minutes before her dog frightened him.
In the images of the surveillance you can see the man walking to Stephens' house and directly to her window. The man is then seen who peeps in her window
In the images of the surveillance you can see the man walking to Stephens' house and directly to her window.
The man is then seen in her house before her dog, Atticus, chases him away.
According to Stephens the man wore a full mask & # 39; and he had & # 39; glasses or glasses on & # 39 ;.
I think he looked, maybe looking at what I had or maybe looked at me, & # 39; she said to WKRN.
Stephens also revealed that the man even went to the back of her house and placed a cinder block under her bathroom window to take a look inside.
In the meantime Stephens had her dog go outside without realizing that the man was still in her backyard.
Stephens said she believes that her rescue dog Atticus (pictured together) has helped save my life, & # 39; The brave pooch chased the man after Stephen had left him outside. Stephens said she submitted a police report and added motion sensor lamps to her garden
I did not know that there was someone at the time and then I released my dog and found him in the backyard and maybe he walked the street a few seconds later, "she told the station.
Stephens said she believes her rescue dog Atticus helped save my life.
& # 39; He always alerts me when someone is around. He is a good dog. & # 39;
Stephens told the station that the entire incident is "petrifying & # 39; and it's scariest thing I've ever seen in my life.
Since the trial, Stephens has added motion sensor lamps to her garden and moved her cameras.
She also said that she has submitted a police report.