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"I thought, 'Oh boy, that is just weird, '" Dungan told CBS Sacramento.
The home owners were not in town at the time of the incident, though their children were present.More news: Failed redaction reveals Paul Manafort's 'lies to FBI'
The man was caught on camera licking the doorbell.
A neighbor later found the extension cords and returned them, KPIX reported.
The footage also showed the man appearing to relieve himself. They noticed something amiss when they woke up to multiple alerts from their surveillance system, which notifies the homeowners whenever there is movement near the front door.
They then reviewed the security video and made the alarming discovery.More news: Michigan Losses 2nd Coach To Ohio State
She was even more shocked when she watched the video: Hours of a male trespasser licking the doorbell.
"You kind of laugh about it afterwards because technically he didn't harm anybody, he didn't break anything, said Dungan".
"This just kind of re-enforces how important it is to have security within your home", said the homeowners.
"We were pleasantly surprised the image was so clear", Salina Police Department spokesman Miguel Cabrera told TV station KION.More news: India's Move to Legitimise Migrants From Neighbouring Countries Sparks Protests
Salinas Police are searching for Arroyo and said he could face two charges for petty theft and prowling.