A burglar was met with an expression as shocked as his own when he opened a closet door and found himself face-to-face with a teenaged girl. Saturday morning a little before Nine O'clock, a 13-year-old girl was alone at the Bywood Drive home of Amy Stultz in Cottonwood when 3 men started breaking into the house. She hid in a closet as the burglars hauled out of the home a television, a couple of video game consoles, an electronic tablet, some jewelry, and a Mercer longboard skateboard. They probably would have taken more, but when one of the men opened the closet and discovered the girl, all three of them fled quickly from the house. The teen could only provide a vague description of the suspect vehicle. A similar vehicle was stopped nearby, as well as a pedestrian, but the girl said neither was a match. The pedestrian was arrested on an unrelated warrant. The young lady described the vehicle as a white car with a black raised strip on the sides. She described the burglar who found her in the closet as a white man in his 20's, about 6 feet tall and thin, with dark hair and a black circle tattoo on his shoulder or upper arm. She said the other two were similar in age and build.