(WBIR) A Seattle couple returned to their condo last week to find their home completely trashed.
Clothes were scattered throughout the house, door handles were smeared with lotion, the inner soles of their shoes were missing, all their mail had been opened, and an upside-down can of paint was placed on top of their toilet.
And if that wasn't creepy enough - when Seattle police went to the condo to investigate, they found no signs of a break in, no fingerprints, plus nothing was missing, according to the police release. The only evidence police found was a purse, containing a random, 27-year-old woman's ID, on top of the couple's bed.
Since officers didn't think the homeowners were in danger, police left the condo baffled.
Shortly after officers left, the couple called police again, saying they heard noises coming from under their bed. Officers went back the condo and arrived just in time to see a random woman emerge from the couple's bedroom.
As it turns out, the 27-year-old woman was the owner of the purse found inside the home. She told police she had been on a "meth rampage" for several days. Police said that woman also broke into another home around the block earlier that evening.