Sketch released of Woodside intruder

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Here's the Rap Sheet for Jan. 28, 2016:

WOODSIDE INTRUDER SKETCH: San Mateo County sheriff's officials released a sketch today of the man they say broke into a home in Woodside and accosted a woman, shining a flashlight at her.

About 7:45 p.m. Saturday, the man shattered a rear sliding glass door at a home on Jefferson Avenue near Interstate 280.

Karen Bowe, 62, told me had been in bed with her husband and got up to use the restroom when she saw the man inside her home, shining a bright flashlight at her. Bowe said she asked the intruder, "Who are you?" and that the man replied, "I'm John."

Bowe said she yelled for her husband and told the burglar that she would release her dog. The man quickly fled through where the sliding door had been, but not before taking her iPhone.

Bowe said sheriff's deputies tracked her phone to a Redwood City apartment complex, but there the trail went cold.

Anyone who has information is asked to call sheriff's detectives at (650) 363-4911.

HELP REUNITE THIS LOST KID: Do you know where this baby goat belongs?

Early today, a citizen found this kid wandering near Lemos Lane and Tirso Street in Fremont's Gomes neighborhood. 

The animal appears to be a week cold and in good health.

Fremont Animal Services believes the goat was only recently separated from its mother and are trying to find its owner. Officials are not looking for a temporary or foster home.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Tri-City Animal Shelter, 1950 Stevenson Blvd, (510) 790-6640 or drop by during business hours Tues-Fri noon to 5 p.m. or Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

LOW-FLYING HELO: Don't be alarmed by that low-flying helicopter you'll be seeing over the next week, officials say.

From Friday to Feb. 6, a twin-engine Bell 412 helicopter will be flying at least 150 feet above the ground, at speeds of about 80 mph, over parts of the Bay Area.

The flyovers will be to "measure naturally occurring background radiation," according to officials with the National Nuclear Security Administration.

There have been previous flights in the region, including over parts of Berkeley and Oakland.

The flyovers will take place during daylight hours and will happen in three-hour chunks.

"The measurement of naturally occurring radiation to establish baseline levels is a normal part of security and emergency preparedness," officials said. "NNSA is making the public aware of the upcoming flights so that citizens who see the low-flying aircraft are not alarmed."

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