ALERT CAROLINA TIMELY WARNING: Peeping Incident Reported On Campus
The UNC Department of Public Safety is investigating a report received today (Fri., Oct. 11) of a peeping incident occurring earlier today in Connor Residence Hall on the UNC Campus.
At around 3:00 a.m., a female stated that she saw a male peeping while she was in the shower in Connor Residence Hall. The suspect was described as an Asian male, approximately 5-8 in height, wearing dark-framed glasses, a dark-colored Duke hoodie, and possibly blue jeans. When seen, the suspect quickly fled the building.
Continue to monitor Alert Carolina website (alertcarolina.unc.edu) for any updates in investigations into these incidents. UNC Police are asking anyone with information about this incident to call the UNC Police Department at 919-962-8100 or contact the Chapel Hill-Carrboro-UNC Crime Stoppers at (919) 942-7515. Calls are confidential and anonymous. You can also submit information to Crime Stoppers online at www.crimestoppers-chcunc.org.
Students should take extra precautions: make sure to keep room doors locked at all times, don’t allow strangers to “piggy-back” through entrances to residence halls or any campus buildings, and call 911 immediately to report any and all suspicious activity on or near campus. For a list of additional safety tips, see the following link through the Alert Carolina page:
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