Police apprehended a naked man who allegedly broke into a Connecticut home.
The incident took place in New Haven County just before 9 a.m., on Thursday, July 15, when a Wallingford resident returned home and found the naked man inside the home, said Sgt. Stephen Jaques.
The homeowner immediately left and called the police, he said.
When officers arrived on the scene, they found the man, identified as Ian Wigget, age 41, inside the home.
It was determined that Wigget had gained entry to the home by breaking a window.
Numerous attempts were made to contact Wigget at his most recent telephone number and via loudspeaker to no avail, Jaques said.
The decision was made to send officers inside the home to apprehend Wigget, who police say is homeless.
Officers then entered the home and took custody of Wigget without incident.
Wigget was arrested and charged with burglary, interring with an officer, and criminal mischief.
He is being held on a $10,000 bond.
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