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Robert Anthony Stumpo, 35, was charged with breaking and entering and had his first court appearance at College Park Wednesday
A Toronto woman returned home on Monday evening to find a strange man in her kitchen, cooking dinner while wearing her clothes.
The unidentified woman immediately called the police upon the bizarre discovery.
Robert Anthony Stumpo, 35, managed to flee the apartment before police arrived while still wearing the woman’s clothes. He was tracked down nearby and arrested, according to the Toronto Police Service.
‘The accused had cooked a meal, stolen personal items, and was wearing clothing items belonging to the female,’ police said.
Stumpo, of Toronto, was charged with breaking and entering, and had his first court appearance at College Park on Wednesday.
The 33-year-old had returned to the apartment around 5pm to discover Stumpo in her kitchen cooking.
Pictured: Yonge Street and Gloucester Street area in Toronto, the site of Monday’s bizarre breaking and entering case
Authorities added that along with the clothes he was wearing when he fled, Stumpo also made off with several of her personal belongings.
His mugshot, released by the Toronto Police Service on Wednesday, shows a disoriented Stumpo with what appears to be some bruises.
Police currently are seeking information from the public on any other possible victims of Stumpo.
The incident occurred in the same area – near Yonge and Gloucester streets – as the brutal 2003 murder of Cassandra ‘Tula’ Do, a 32-year-old transgender woman who was strangled in a bathtub filled with water, according to House Creep.
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