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CSUN Police Search for Suspected Bathroom Peeper

A similar incident happened in the same women's restroom last month



    The fountain outside CSUN's Bayramian hall, where police say an intruder took pictures of women inside stalls on two occasions in September and October 2013.

    Campus police at California State University Northridge are searching for a person they say took pictures of a woman inside a campus restroom, exactly one month after a similar incident happened in that same bathroom.

    The suspected peeper reached over a bathroom stall and used a cellphone to take a picture of the woman inside, CSUN police said in a news release.

    It happened about 8 p.m. in a first-floor women's restroom in Bayramian Hall on Oct. 16, campus police said.

    The victim did not see the intruder’s face but described the clothing he or she was wearing as a green shirt, dark jeans and black “skater” shoes, police said.

    A similar incident happened in the same restroom last month, police said. That earlier intrusion happened about 6 p.m. Sept. 16.

    In that cae, the victim described a white male with blond hair and red clothing holding a white plastic phone case with a design on it.

    Anyone with information is urged to call CSUN police at 818-677-3826 or 818-677-3901.

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