Pleasant Prairie police warn residents of suspect knocking on windows, entering homes

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) --- Pleasant Prairie police are warning residents of a suspect knocking on windows and entering unoccupied homes in the village. 

According to police, during the past few days a subject has been approaching houses and knocking on windows. Police say the subject entered an unoccupied home and continued to travel around the village looking for homes to victimize as of Tuesday, April 6.

Police have the suspect on video in at least four incidents in Pleasant Prairie.

Police say in the video, a second suspect remains in the vehicle while the first subject approaches the house. Police believe they are driving a black midsize Chevrolet Equinox, Ford Escape, or similar vehicle.

The suspect is also wearing an unknown identification lanyard and may try to convince his legitimacy to enter your home.

"We are asking if you see or have anyone approach your property matching this description to call the police immediately," Pleasant Prairie Police Department said on Facebook. "If you are not home and receive notification from a security camera at your residence of activity, please view the video and report any suspicious activity to the Pleasant Prairie Police Department." 

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