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DENVER - Denver police now acknowledge a man Denver police suspected of breaking into a family's home and taking a photo on a mother's cell phone is in fact innocent, and they say a crime never occurred.

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DENVER - Police hope you can recognize a man they say snuck into a woman's home while she was putting her kids to bed and took a selfie of himself on her cell phone.

The incident happened on Jan. 29 about 9:20 p.m.

The victim says while she was putting her children to bed in her home on the 3400 block of West Amherst Avenue, the suspect snuck into her home.

The only way she knew he was in the home was that he left this selfie of himself on her phone.

The victim does not know this man. The man has been seen in the neighborhood but no one seems to know his identity.

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