Huddleston said the woman told her she was there to take pictures, and had arranged the time with Kacia's husband, Bryan.
"She knew my husband's name, and as I was in the midst of texting my husband to see if she was supposed to be here, she walked right in," said Huddleston.
Stunned, she said, without really any permission, the woman started taking photos with her camera.
Footage from Huddleston's surveillance camera also showed the woman look into Huddleston's mail box before approaching the home.
"The whole time that I'm asking her questions, she never stopped taking pictures, she was moving fast through my house," said Huddleston.
Huddleston eventually reached her husband, who told her he had no idea who the woman was.
"I asked her to leave at that point, and she kept taking pictures while she was walking out of my house," said Huddleston. "I kept asking for ID, and what bank she worked for, but she didn't even look at me and ran out to her car and took off."