A BANGOR mother has spoken of her terror after she woke up to find two intruders in her bedroom.
Magz Robertson was woken in the early hours of Sunday morning to find a man and woman in her room at her home in Lon Tyddyn, Maesgeirchen.
“I shouted at him to leave, he turned around to look at me and then turned away again,” she said.
“I shouted at him to get out and he walked slowly towards the door, and at this point I noticed a girl in the doorway.
“I was petrified.”
The man pulled the door behind him slowly, and Magz leapt from her bed and ran downstairs to her 17-year-old son Jamie, who was asleep on the sofa.
She searched the house, but found the man and woman had gone.
Magz, who works in housekeeping at Ysbyty Gwynedd, described how the incident had affected her.
She said: “My doors are locked continuously now, whether I’m in or out at night.
“I have Jamie staying in at night, because I don’t want to be in alone - I’m too frightened.”
The man wore a hooded top, closed tightly around his “very round” face while the woman is described as being between 16-20 years old with short black hair and thin.
A North Wales Police spokesman said: “Officers were informed that the occupants believe there was an intruder in the house at about 5am on October 14.
“One of the occupants saw a door handle move, although there was no evidence of forced entry and no property missing.
The spokesman added that crime scene investigators visited the house, and that investigations were continuing.
Just an hour later, an intruder is thought to have gained entry to a house on nearby Min y Ddol.
Anyone who wishes to report an incident, or who has any information on suspicious behaviour in Maesgeirchen, can call North Wales Police on 101.
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.