Masked man returns to haunt White Rock Lake area

By |2019-06-04T10:08:44-05:00May 9th, 2019|Crime, News|0 Comments

Screenshots from doorbell cameras of the mysterious masked man.

A masked mystery man who haunted the White Rock Lake area earlier this year is back at it again.

Around 11 a.m. Tuesday, a woman working in her yard on Kirkwood Drive reported being confronted by a man wearing a camouflage mask, the Dallas Morning News reported.

The woman told Dallas police that the masked man pointed a handgun at her and said something, but she couldn’t understand him because the mask muffled his voice. She ran away and asked a neighbor for help.

Police describe the man as either white or Hispanic, in his 40s or 50s and about 5-feet, 10-inches tall with a “beer belly,” the Morning News reported. He wore the camouflage mask along with a royal blue T-shirt, black gloves, jeans and brown work boots.

In January, a man matching that description harassed two women in East Dallas neighborhoods on separate occasions, the Advocate previously reported.

The incidents occurred in the late morning of Jan. 15 and 18 in the areas of Groveland Drive and Tavaros Avenue in Little Forest Hills and Koko Head Circle and Easton Road in the White Rock area.

In both cases, the man knocked on the front door, and a female resident answered it. They both spoke with the man, who made disturbing comments, according to the Dallas Police Department.

Police urge anyone who sees the man to call 911.

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