Update: Jessamine County Deputies Put Out Sketch Of Alleged Burglar

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 9/26/2012 9:45 pm
The Jessamine County Sheriff's Office put out a sketch Wednesday night of a man they say broke into a Nicholasville home.

The say a woman surprised the man Tuesday night when she came into the house on Springcrest Street.

Deputies tell ABC 36 the man got in through a garage and was in the kitchen when the woman came home.

He then left.

The would-be burglar is described as a white man in his 30's, approximately 5'11 and 160lbs.

Police say the man was wearing a gray hooded jacket, light colored denim jeans, white tennis shoes and a red and gray baseball cap.

Deputies are asking anyone with information about the crime to please call the Jessamine County Sheriff's Office at (859) 885-9512.


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