'I don't feel safe': Surveillance video captures man peering into Jacksonville woman's home

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Surveillance video allegedly shows a man peering into a Jacksonville woman's Riverside home and even trying to open her door.

In an Action News Jax exclusive, she said he has come back twice this week and she believes he's up to no good.

"Why are you trying to come in someone's house?" said the woman, Haley McCall.

McCall said her cameras caught him visiting the home early Monday morning and about the same time Wednesday.

"I don't feel safe," McCall said.

"I don't know what he wants, but if it's not me, if it's not here, it's going to be somewhere else. It's going to be someone else, and I don't want that to happen."


Action News Jax obtained the police report, but the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said this was documented as "an information report, no crime." They said, "At this time, police are not looking for anyone because no crime was documented."

Still, McCall wants this man located.

"I can't sleep," she said. "Meditation or counting sheep does not work when there's a creep in the streets trying to get in there."

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office's description of the man: "I observed the person to be a black male wearing a white shirt, blue jean shorts, and a backwards white ball cap. The unknown black male had several tattoos on his left forearm both top and bottom. He appeared to also have a goatee as well as short twists under his ball cap."

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