A Bristol woman was stunned after arriving home only to find that man had tried to enter her home.
Danika Freyja Amara, 30, from Withywood said she spotted a man hanging outside of her flat as she drove off inside an Uber vehicle.
“He watched as we got to the corner then headed back down my road towards my flat,” she said.
Shocked by what she saw, she immediately called the police before arriving at her mother’s home five minutes later.
Ms Amara then returned to her home with her brother for support and saw damages to her front door.
“My locks were scratched up and so was my neighbour who lives upstairs,” she said.
Shortly after, the same man approached her home again but when he was spotted, he quickly walked away.
“I’m angry that someone would try to break in and I was worried about my pets,” she added.
Unable to work because of her severe disabilities including nerve damage and hip dysplasia, Ms Amara has now purchased security cameras in hope of catching the perpetrator should the incident happen again.
She advises others to be on the lookout for anyone acting suspicious on Cobhorn Drive and Newland Road.
“WiFi security cameras are cheap on Amazon, I suggest people should buy some,” she said.
A spokesperson for Avon and Somerset police said: “On Monday 5 July at about 11.50am we received a report from a member of the public that a man was acting suspiciously in the Cobhorn Drive area of Withywood.
“After establishing that the caller was safe, they were offered advice over the phone.
The local neighbourhood policing team has been made aware of the incident.”
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call 101 quoting log 334 of July 5.