Dormitory Shower Peeper Sought on UCLA Campus

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Police at UCLA were warning women Wednesday about a man spotted peering over shower stalls at a dormitory on campus.

Two incidents were reported within a couple of hours on April 3 at Sproul Hall.

In the first case, a student told police she was taking a shower when she saw a man looking at her from an adjacent stall, according to a news release from the UCLA Police Department.

Two hours later, another woman reported that someone held up what looked like a cell phone over the shower door from another stall, the release stated.

“It’s scarey because you don’t know what they’re going to do with that photo,” said Christina Daniel, a Sproul Hall resident.

Another resident told KTLA she was shocked considering all the levels of security at the dorm.

“In order for you to get into the elevators you have to swipe in and to get into the bathroom you need a key card,” said Angela Madrigal, a Sproul Hall resident.

The intruder was described as a white man between 35 and 40 years old, standing between 5 feet 8 inches and 5 feet 9 inches tall with a stocky build, buzzed blonde hair, blue eyes and wrinkles on his forehead.

He was wearing a dark grey sweater and dark grey pants.

Anyone with information was urged to call the UCLA Police Department at 310-825-1491.





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