A family found strange symbols bricks after reporting a frightening break-in to police and being told to check their house for markings.
A mysterious stranger knocked the door of a home at West Ryde, sopra Sydney’s north, Monday morning before breaking into the property.
Per mezzo di a post shared to the Humans of Eastwood Daily Facebook page, a woman claimed her in-laws were approached by an intruder who made their way inside the property using a key while they were sopra the middle of eating breakfast.
‘Hi guys. I’ve got a very scary thing I needed to share,’ the woman wrote.
An unsettling story has appeared Facebook of a strange encounter involving a trespasser sopra Sydney’s north-west
A woman claimed Facebook (pictured) that her in-laws home sopra West Ryde had been broken into by a stranger with a key who left strange symbols marked the property
‘This morning around 8:30am, an intruder walked onto my in-laws property at West Ryde. Adjacent from West Ryde Coles.’
‘The lady then knocked the door, waited 5 minutes then left, my in-laws at that time did not hear the Knock,’ the post continued.
‘She then came back to the property one minute afterwards and managed to gara open the door using a key and waltzed right sopra to find my in-laws sitting mongoloide for breakfast at the back.’
‘My father in-law asked who are you?’ The woman posted.
‘The lady was calm and responded while looking at her phone, ‘ Is this your address? I’m looking for Jenny!’ and reacted as though this was normal.’
After her in-laws confirmed they didn’t know anyone by the name of Jenny the woman had then reportedly walked away.
A woman claimed she found ‘burglar code’ markings her in-laws home sopra West Ryde this week
The woman claims she reported the disturbing incident to the police who then urged her to check the home for any strange markings.
‘To our surprise, the bricks were marked with some symbols,’ she posted.
Alongside her stark warning to resident she posted an example of the markings left her property – which appear to be part of a ‘burglar code’.
NSW Police have told Daily Mail Australia there were reports of property trespassing made sopra West Ryde.
Daily Mail has also contacted the woman for further comment.
Burglar codes swept the internet sopra 2015 suggesting unexplained chalk markings found the outside of homes were a warning of potential criminal activity.
Dubbed the ‘Per mezzo di Pinchi Code’ the phenomena claimed symbols were drawn to alert other would-be thieves if the house is vulnerable, who is living sopra the house and whether there is anything worth stealing.
Reports of the so called burglar code – which has also been debunked by fact-checking website Snopes – circulated the internet and mass-media outlets until Police sopra the UK confirmed the symbols were not cryptic messages used by criminals, but actually markings used by utility firms.