Man ‘broke into neighbour’s home and stole used sex toys as she slept on sofa’

A man broke into a woman's home and stole her used sex toys, bank cards and cash, as she slept on the sofa, police have claimed.

Michael Holden, 37, allegedly broke into a 35-year-old woman's home in Pennsylvania, the US, and stole $700 [£506] in cash and some of her bank cards.

Bizarrely, he also reportedly took the woman's used sex toys, which are reportedly worth $160 (£115), according to a probable cause affidavit.

Tyrone Borough Police Department detectives claim a neighbour saw a man of Holden's description break into the woman's property as she slept on her couch at around 11am on April 6.

CCTV footage from the neighbour's house caught footage of a man wearing glasses and a Pittsburgh Pirates cap entering the victim's property.

Police who have interviewed Holden allege the 37-year-old wore some "sort of Pittsburgh Pirates headgear and glasses" each time they saw him.

Holden is understood to have been an acquaintance of his victim, living just a street away from the woman.

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The woman allegedly confronted Holden with her boyfriend at his home, where he admitted being inside her property.

Local media claim Holden allegedly told the woman and her partner that he had broken in after noticing their floor was expensive.

Pennsylvania News reported Holden was charged with burglary, criminal trespass, and theft.

Holden's arrest affidavit does not confirm whether the woman's sex toys or other stolen goods were found by officers.

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