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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- A Louisville homeowner came face-to-face with a burglar. The suspect got away, but the confrontation provided something else police needed -- a description of the suspect and his car.
"My husband caught him," says Lea Morris.
Morris says the suspect was actually parked in their driveway on Thurman Road in southeast Jefferson County, a few weeks ago.
"His black Volks wagon Jetta was backed up to our garage like he was going to open the garage and load our stuff into his trunk."
Morris says the suspect had already broken in through the back door when her husband came home.
Morris explains, "It alarmed the burglar that someone was home...he came running around the side of the house."
The suspect then got into his car and sped off. Morris says, "He got in the car and tried to chase him but he took off; it has to be someone who lives around here that knows the back roads and can get away pretty fast."
The man got away, but Morris' husband was able to give police a good description of both the suspect and that black Jetta.
"The vehicle stands out a little bit in that it has front and rear end damage," says Lt. Chip Jones, with LMPD's 7th Division.
Police say the suspect has hit more than a dozen homes in the 5th, 7th and 8th divisions. He is described a white male with short hair and at least one other distinguishing feature.
Lt. Jones says, "This person may also have a scar or birth mark somewhere on the left side of his face."
Morris explains what her husband said about the mark, "I think he said like right eye from like eyebrow to cheek. He said it looks like a birth mark. It's pretty faint but if you were to see it and look at him, you know that's who it is."
And until police do know who he is. Morris says, "You check your driveway every time you get home."
And she will continue to approach her home with caution. "I come around the corner and I make sure there's no one in my driveway and 'cause if there is, I am going to keep on going and call the cops," says Morris.
Police say the suspect has hit at least 16 homes in the last few months. Anyone with information about the suspect or the car can call the anonymous police tip line at 574-LMPD.