Caught on camera: Mystery man who rings couple’s doorbell EVERY Thursday between 2am and 4am
- CCTV footage of the unidentified person has been shared by police
- Man knocks repeatedly on Thursdays and sometimes comes back more than once
- Has been knocking for a number of months, according to police
- Anyone with information should ring 101 referencing incident number 0484 of January 13
Police are hunting a mystery man who rings a couple’s doorbell every Thursday between 2am and 4am.
CCTV footage of the unidentified person has been shared by officers in Stroud in Gloucestershire.
Police said the man has been ringing the bell between 2am and 4am at least three times a month.
He often knocks repeatedly on Thursdays and some nights comes back more than once.
CCTV footage of the unidentified person (pictured) has been shared by officers in Stroud in Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire Live previously reported on another phantom knocker in a different area of Stroud who leaving the victim scared to sleep.
At the time, officers issued a community alert and asked residents to speak to them if they saw anything unusual.
The alert issued in June read: ‘The resident is too frightened to answer the door and too frightened to sleep and hopes that they will just go away.
‘We are seeking information from residents who might see anyone which is out of the ordinary and acting suspicious, a description, direction of travel and if they are using a car.’
A Gloucestershire Police spokesperson said of the latest incident: ‘A member of the public approached their local Neighbourhood Engagement Vehicle and reported that an unknown man had been ringing their doorbell in the night then walking away.
‘They reported that these incidents have gone on at their home address at London Road, Stroud, for a number of months and sometimes multiple times in one night.
‘Police are appealing for the public’s help to identify the man who’s been photographed by the electronic doorbell.
‘If anyone recognises this man or has any information please contact police on 101 or by completing the online form and quoting incident number 484 of 13 January: https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/cor/tell-us-about-existing-case-report/