ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A family says an unwelcome visitor keeps striking their Albuquerque home with an unusually goal — to re-arrange their patio furniture.
KOB-TV reports that the unknown woman enters onto the family's property to change things around for some peculiar reason. Surveillance footage shows her walking up to the front porch early in the morning and moving around the family's patio furniture.
Angela Dentandt says at first she thought that her daughter was moving the furniture until she saw the video. She says after each clandestine re-arranging she puts the furniture back in its original place.
Dentandt's husband, Carl, says it appears that the woman is on some mission.
If another there's another unsolicited furniture move, the family says they may press charges.
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