& # 39; We'll let ourselves in & # 39 ;: Families wake up to leave a sinister note in their mailboxes – but the police are convinced it's a Game of Thrones joke
- Residents in Edmonton and Whiterock, Cairns received a letter in their mailbox
- One person shared it on the Facebook page of the community and learned that others received it
- Many residents are confused by what the confrontational letter actually means
Families have woken up to find a sinister letter that they left in their letterbox on Wednesday morning.
Residents in Edmonton and Whiterock in Cairns were left stunned after discovering the eerie typed message.
& # 39; You leave an expensive message. We'll catch up on a night scene of yours as soon as you show yourself during the day, & # 39;
& # 39; We will let ourselves in. That my friend is not negotiable. & # 39;
Several residents of Edmonton and Whiterock in Cairns found this strange letter in their mailboxes on Wednesday morning
One person shared an image of the note on the Facebook page of a community and discovered that many other users had a similar experience.
& # 39; Yes, we also have one … would love our French mastiff! & # 39; said a person.
& # 39; What are they even trying to say – it makes no sense & # 39 ;, another question.
& # 39; It seems like a magical mystical mystery that leads to some kind of prize & # 39 ;, another joked.
The police told Daily Mail Australia that the residents were in no danger, and claimed that a 16-year-old joker was probably responsible for the bizarre letters.
& # 39; The police have received information from concerned residents in the Edmonton and Whiterock areas that a younger type of written notes have been delivered in letterboxes & # 39 ;, said the spokeswoman.
& # 39; It is assumed that the notes may contain a reference to & # 39; Game of Thrones & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The police do not believe that there is cause for concern, but does use information to identify the youth. & # 39;
The teenager was last seen in Millhouse Close, Edmonton around 12.20 pm on Wednesday.
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