A naked man is on the loose in Kingston, Ont. and police are trying to find him.
According to a Kingston police press release, the man was captured on camera earlier this month while he was walking around a local hotel and attempting to enter a senior’s home.
Police said the man was seen visiting a mid-town Kingston hotel around 5 a.m. on Oct. 7. He arrived in the parking lot in a black truck that looked like a Ford Ranger, but then left the vehicle sporting only a black hat and a pair of shoes.
The naked man walked through the hotel hallways for about 10 minutes before leaving, according to police. No employees saw him, but he was seen on footage from security cameras.
About an hour and a half later, he tried to get inside a retirement home. However, he got back into his truck and drove away after realizing the doors were locked.
Police released security images of the man. They describe him as white, about 5’8-5’10 in height with dark brown hair and a scar under his belly button. He is believed to be in his mid-to-late 20’s.