Strolling through the neighborhood one night, Officer N. Chalant is knocking on doors asking people if he can come in to look around a bit. At 11:30 p.m. he knocks on the door to 2120 East 53rd Street and a woman in a negligee answers. He asks if he can come in and look around a bit, explaining that he's looking for evidence of a recent neighborhood burglary. "Well I'm not sure I can let you in, Officer," she replies. "It would be a great help, ma'am, and I'll be in and out before you know it," Officer Chalant said. "Well, alright, I guess." Once inside, Officer Chalant notices an expensive painting which he knows was stolen during the burglary. He arrests the woman and seizes the painting. As it turns out, the woman was merely house-sitting. Was the search proper?