This morning (a few hours after sunrise) I saw this insect running over the blanket. I'm thinking what it is, if it's a bed bug that missed feeding time and is out of schedule (as i thought that they come out just before sunrise). And I thought they were brown, too but upon research found that they could (colorwise) look similar to this one too. Also, I have not found another one of these and my wife and I both don't find any bite marks on our bodies. Our matress is packed in a plastic hull to not allow bed bugs to start living in it. What might this be? Thanks!
I have a doubt we can answer this question with a high level of accuracy: the sample image is very blurred, it is unclear if there are posterior/lower body elements like forceps as well as other significant features which could help with the identification.
My best guess it is baby of Earwig (2000 species): If I look at the posterior part of the body I can "see" the preliminary forceps as well as other similar features, but still the accuracy of the ID is limited.