By: Sharon Aron Baron
A Coral Springs couple is hoping someone can identify the man they came face-to-face with after he spent the night sleeping on their back patio.
Alaina Agoglia said she was unaware a man was sleeping on her patio until she saw him staring at her through the kitchen window on Monday morning.
She didn’t even notice he was sleeping under a sheet when she took the dogs out the back door just moments prior.
“My dogs woke him up when we let them out this morning, and he waited to get up until they were back inside,” she said. “Once he thought the coast was clear, he got up, put his shoes on, and tried to casually walk away.”
But first, her husband Michael confronted the man who claimed people were trying to kill him — and this was why he was on their patio.
Coral Springs Police were immediately called, went searching for the man, but had no success in finding him.
He is described as a thin white male with blonde hair and a beard wearing khaki shorts, white socks, and brown shoes.
Alaina viewed footage from her cameras and noticed he appeared at 11:20 p.m. Sunday after hopping over the wall behind their Carriage Point Estates home, before sneaking into their backyard. It even shows him helping himself to beer from their outdoor refrigerator before falling asleep on their couch under a sheet.
Her three children were terrified the most, and she is hoping someone recognizes him from the photos.
“Someone had to see him. If he’s mentally unstable and is having a breakdown, then maybe someone is looking for him,” said Alaina. “If he’s a creep and had other intentions, maybe someone else has seen him — or something similar happened to them, and the police need to find him.”
If you recognize this man, please call Coral Springs Police at 954-344-1800.
UPDATE: The resident has advised the suspect went through their shed and removed the screen from their daughter’s window.
- Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs and the rest of South Florida.