Authorities in Oregon said a burglar found 911 when he found himself in an ironic situation -- trapped inside an escape room business.
Investigators said the man took a phone, a TV remote and a beer from the business' fridge before discovering he had damaged the back door while breaking in and was unable to leave through it.
"The sheriff said he had a burrito and he was settling in to have a breakfast and a beer I guess and then got scared because he couldn't get out," business owner Rob Bertrand told KING-TV.
The suspect gave dispatchers a false story about breaking into the business to call for help because his home had been broken into, investigators said. He gave dispatchers a fake address.
"We started thinking about it and yeah, it's really funny," Bertrand said. "I'm proud to say I'm the only escape room in the Northwest that has a 100 percent capture rate of criminals."