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police composite drawing of night 'intruder'

Police composite of 'intruder' (Click to view larger photo)


Police release composite drawing of 'intruder'

Cape Elizabeth Police have released a composite drawing of a man who has come to be known as the "intruder."

The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 5-foot-10, of medium build, 18-23 years of age, with brown “fuzzy” hair, and usually wearing dark clothing.

The composite is based on descriptions of the perpetrator reported in four incidences of an intruder entering a home during the night. The first two were reported last August, a third in December, and the fourth in February. The recent home intrusions have all occurred at the north end of the Mitchell Road area.

There has been no evidence of forced entry or theft during the intrusions.

According to Capt. Brent Sinclair, police are following up on the many calls received since the composite was first released, but nothing of value has been gleaned from the tips so far.

In other news, police report that Scott Biller, a convicted sex offender once living in Cape Elizabeth, has been released from custody but is residing in another town.