One would be quite terrified to wake up to strange noises coming from the first floor of their house. Many horrible thoughts would pop into a person’s head, most of which involve someone evil invading their private space, such as a burglar, murderer, or rapist.
A woman in North West London’s Harrow section experienced this scary scenario firsthand on the morning of Thursday, July 12, according to .
Upon hearing odd noises coming from downstairs around 9 a.m., she immediately called the police for help.
“The female caller was very distressed and called 999 [the emergency number in the United Kingdom] as she heard noises downstairs and believed she was being burgled,” said a spokesman with the Harrow Borough Police, reported GetWestLondon.
The cops quickly arrived at her house on Byron Hill Road and were very surprised when they found the noisemaker.
“Turned out the ‘suspect’ was a rogue squirrel,” revealed the Harrow Police on .
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