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A woman claimed she went to the wrong house after she was arrested for cooking naked and stealing items from a stranger’s home in Peoria, Arizona, according to television KTVK in Phoenix.

Stacy Horton-Garcia is suspected of entering a house through an unlocked door in the area of 91st and Peoria avenues around 3 p.m. on July 11, allegedly to steal the homeowner’s clothes from his closet, authorities said.

A surveillance photo captured her cooking food naked inside the home, police said. She also allegedly took a shower before the homeowner returned.

Surveillance video showed her running from the house with the homeowner’s belongings, which she dropped outside, police said.

Horton-Garcia was later arrested.

Police said she told them she was going to her boyfriend’s house and accidentally went to the wrong home. Horton-Garcia said her boyfriend’s name was Mike but didn’t know his last name. She said she only met him a few days prior at a Circle K in the area.

Horton-Garcia was booked on suspicion of second-degree burglary and first-degree criminal trespassing.