That prompted the man to speak with his companion as they stood on Beck's doorstep, according to KTRK.
”He stepped away, opened his hands up and then he actually turned to her, and there was a conversation that took place," Beck told the television station. “And then he turned back to me and says, ‘This must be the wrong house.’”
Beck said the couple apparently knocked on other doors in the neighborhood, citing a neighborhood Facebook site that contained posts from other residents.
"We could track the direction because multiple people were getting the similar experience," Beck told KTRK.
Police said the couple claimed to be Child Protective Service officials at one home and needed access to check the status of a foster child, the television station reported. The couple were refused entry, and the residents added their experience to the social media post.
"The power of your neighbors and the power of your community is truly the first line of defense," Beck told KTRK